TULIPP H2020-ICT-O4-2015 Grant Agreement n° 688403 Reminder of the main goals of the project TULIPP (http://www.tulipp.eu) – Towards Ubiquitous Low-power Image Processing Platforms, is an EU initiative, funded by the Horizon 2020 programme, targeting the development of high-performance, energy-efficient embedded systems for the growing range of increasingly complex image processing applications. The objectives of the
Developing embedded systems faster Whether for the car or the drone: Developing image processing software for embedded systems takes a lot of time and is therefore very expensive. Now the TULIPP platform makes it possible to develop energy-efficient embedded image processing systems more quickly and less expensively, with a drastic reduction in time-to-market. The
Successful conclusion to EU’s three-year Tulipp project for embedded image processing and vision applications Delivers comprehensive reference platform for vision-based system designers comprising full development kit and ‘real-world’ Use Cases Medical X-ray image before (left) and after (right) processing to remove sensor noise. The TULIPP project team at the HIPEAC 2019 event. The TULIPP Starter
This video demonstrates the capabilities of the Lynsyn power measurement unit and the Analysis tool within Tulipp’s STHEM tool-chain. STHEM is open-source and available from: https://github.com/tulipp-eu/sthem
The latest publication from the @TULIPP_H2020 project gives a summary of the overall efforts inside the Consortium in respect of creating a generic Reference Platform for image processing applications based on @XilinxInc & Zynq technology. Click here to download PDF.
New document in public deliverables: This document gives a full insight into the Tulipp Starter Kit, based on the Xilinx Zynq SoC; gives tutorials to help new Users and describe the other key TULIPP components (STHEM, HIPPEROS RTOS and libraries. Click here to download the PDF.
TULIPP’s finest hour has arrived with the release of almost 200x pages of insight, wisdom and suggestions towards building a Low Power Image Processing system. Please download the PDF here.
The TULIPP project was present at HiPEAC 2019 in Valencia. The was a booth where all visitors went to discuss TULIPP's achievements over the last three years.TULIPP's booth at HiPEAC 2019.There was also a 2 days "hands-on" workshop where participants had the chance to listen to several talks describing each part of the project and
Sundance was sharing details about the TULIPP Platform to a group of more than forty innovators, senior educators and PhD researchers at the recent workshop at Nottingham University, called “Smart4Industry”. The Nottingham Trent University held the Smart4Industry Workshop from the 9 to 11 of January of 2019. The aim of the Workshop was to present