Intelligent Vision & Video

Accelerate your vision processing from edge to cloud.

The ability to combine high-definition (HD) video, image processing, analytics, and connectivity has become an essential feature for creating next-generation intelligent vision and video applications.

Computer vision software developers must use the appropriate development environment for the hardware architecture of choice to achieve the right combination of performance, cost, and power efficiency for the design’s use case. Use of artificial intelligence and deep learning technologies for video analytics have moved out of the laboratory and into commercial use for many end markets, such as smart city, retail, and machine vision-based manufacturing.

Intel® products enhance vision systems capabilities with heterogeneous camera-to-cloud inference and deep learning acceleration solutions using the following:

  • Silicon - Intel® FPGAs, IA CPUs, IA CPU with integrated graphics, and Intel® Movidius™ Vision Processing Units
  • Software and intellectual property (IP) - the OpenVINO™ toolkit, which includes the Intel® FPGA Deep Learning Acceleration Suite (Intel® FPGA DL Acceleration Suite)

Intel® FPGAs and SoCs, along with IP cores, development platforms, and a software developer design flow, provide a rapid development path with the flexibility to adapt to evolving challenges and solutions in each part of the video or vision pipeline for a wide range of video and intelligent vision applications.

Applications

Features

The FPGA Advantage at Each Step of the Video / Vision Pipeline

Intel® FPGAs offer performance, cost, flexibility, and integration advantages at each step of the video or vision pipeline.

Additional Resources

Type Application Description
Article OpenCL™

OpenCL™ Streamlines FPGA Acceleration of Computer Vision

(Registration/Log-in to the Embedded Vision Alliance website required to access the entire article.)

For more information about embedded vision, including hundreds of additional videos, please visit the Embedded Vision Alliance website at http://www.embedded-vision.com.

Article OpenCL™

OpenCL™ Eases Development of Computer Vision Software for Heterogeneous Processors

(Registration/Log-in to the Embedded Vision Alliance website required to access the entire article.)

For more information about embedded vision, including hundreds of additional videos, please visit the Embedded Vision Alliance website at http://www.embedded-vision.com.

Article Automotive

Smart Exterior Cameras Enhance Vehicle Safety, Security

(Registration/Log-in to the Embedded Vision Alliance website required to access the entire article.)

For more information about embedded vision, including hundreds of additional videos, please visit the Embedded Vision Alliance website at http://www.embedded-vision.com.

Video General

4K Video & Image Processing (VIP)

Hear about the challenges that 4K video processing brings, and how the Video and Image Processing Suite solves these challenges.

Video General

Video Systems 101

This video walks through some of the basics of video imaging and processing algorithms, connectivity, chroma sampling, and color formats.

Video General

Streamline Your Video Processing Apps with Design Examples on the VEEK

This video demonstrates a number of video and image processing functions based on Intel's video and image processing suite. The demonstration uses the Video & Embedded Evaluation Kit (VEEK) provided by Terasic.

Related Links:

VEEK on Wiki

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Video and Image Processing Suite

Video Military

High-Resolution Multi Camera System for Situational Awareness

This video shows a demonstration of a situational awareness application using multiple feeds with a Stratix® V FPGA performing as the main aggregator of all the video data in the system.

Video General

UDX10 4K60 Video Processing Reference Design

4 minutes

This video shows a demonstration of up/down/cross conversion 4K60 UHD (RGB 4:4:4 10b) reference design with HDMI 2.0 running on Intel® Arria® 10 FPGA.

Video General / Broadcast

Multichannel Full HD H.265 Codec Demonstration

This video shows a demonstration of a multichannel, 1080p60 H.265 CODEC running on a single FPGA, with ultra low latency.

Información sobre productos y rendimiento

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