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?
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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:
- Supported Input Precision
- Supported Output Precision
- Supported Input Layout
- Supported Output Layout
- Supported Layers
So, you can choose any of them as per your requirement.
You can download Openvino and use it free of cost.