We are interested in building a machine that would simulate an "edge" device with a, CPU, GPU and FPGA as part of a research project. Our approach was going to be an NVIDIA Jetson Board with an Intel Cyclone 10 Dev Kit plugged into the PCIe port on the Jetson. We will be doing the development for the FPGA kernel code and bitstream on an X86 machine, and then we want to transfer the AOCX to the Jetson board where the host code will run and invoke the FPGA kernel. We wanted to know if this is possible?
Yes, theoretically you can transfer the AOCX to Jetson board.
You can install Intel FPGA SDK for OpenCl runtime and drivers in ARM machine in theoretically since it is not verified.