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Berton__Olivier
Beginner
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Inquiry about Product for Object detection

Hi,

I'm an engineer student in electronics and I'm doing an internship about computer vision on autonomous vehicle. I'm currently looking for embbeded solution for computer vision.
My goal is to find a system (board + 1 camera) who can do real-time object detection (by real-time I mean the object detection has to be able to process around 45 FPS, with a resasonable resolution for the images). So I have some questions :  

-What embedded product from Intel can handle my goal?

-For now I saw two products : the Neural Compute Stick 2 but with other product, or the Arria® 10 GX FPGA Development Kit who is way mor expensive. What's the better option?

-The software necessary is OpenVino? Is it free or how much it costs?

Sincerely,


Olivier Berton
Stagiaire Expléo Nantes 
téléphone personel : 06 81 51 63 04

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SuryaPSC_Intel
Employee
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Hi Olivier,

You can use any of the development kit from the OpenVINO supported devices.

The Intel® Neural Compute Stick 2 is powered by the Intel® Movidius™ Myriad™ X (VPU) and thus only FP16 model format is supported whereas for Intel® Arria 10 FPGA supports FP32 and FP16 model formats. Also there are other differences in terms of:

So, you can choose any of them as per your requirement.

You can download Openvino and use it free of cost.

Best Regards,

Surya

David_C_Intel
Employee
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Hi Olivier,

Thanks for reaching out.

You can also check these benchmarks for you to make the best decision on which hardware suits the needs for your applications.

Regards, 

David C.

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