Fraunhofer demo TULIPP hardware at the European Machine Vision Association Forum, 5th - 7th September 2018, Bologna, Italy. The demo here has a dual/stereo camera setup. This solution weighs less than a depth sensor, is cheaper and can perform real-time depth estimation for obstacle/collision avoidance. Download a copy of the Poster
On Thursday September 6th, Fraunhofer IOSB will present TULIPP at the 3rd EMVA Forum in Bologna. We will show a live demo of real-time stereo processing on the EMC2-DP board equipped with a Xilinx Ultrascale+ during the poster session. Looking forward to seeing you there! https://www.emva.org/
AI is destined to be the future of agriculture but there are significant challenges involved, the TULIPP Agri Kit will help you productively develop safe, reliable, intelligent and efficient robots by providing: Certifiable hard real time performance Integrated artificial intelligence leveraging custom accelerators A scalable, high performance platform with guaranteed time and space isolation ROS
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The first version of the TULIPP tool-chain is now available to the public. The TULIPP toolchain is called STHEM - an acronym for Supporting uTilities for Heterogeneous EMbedded image processing platforms. The key feature of STHEM is that it automatically and non-intrusively captures fine-grained performance and power consumption profiles. This enables the developer to quickly determine
The performance of the reactive obstacle avoidance was tested on real objects in a hardware in the loop (HIL) setup. In our approach the disparity image is calculated on Xilinx Ultrascale+ FPGA and transformed into U-map and V-map. The images are filtered and waypoints are estimated. The application runs in the DJI Simulator.
Date and Time Thu 12 July 2018 - 08:30 – 17:00 BST Location Sheaf 4301, Sheffield Hallam University Howard Street, Sheffield. S1 1WB REGISTER HERE There is growing momentum for Multi-Processor System on chips (MPSoC) to be used as highly adaptive and efficient accelerators for machine vision and image processing applications. Such systems are composed
The second version of the TULIPP Reference Platform presenting guidelines and ideas to create an Image Processing solution is now available. To download it, please click here.