Concept to Prototype with Ultra96
During this event you'll learn how to go from an initial concept/architecture of an automotive vision design to demonstrating application and algorithm feasibility using off-the-shelf prototyping systems from Avnet and Xilinx.
Accelerating your time to a viable prototype
June 17, 2020
8AM PDT / 11AM EDT / 5PM CEST
What You'll Learn
We'll demonstrate key steps used to create a viable automotive prototype using the Ultra96-V2 and Xilinx solutions:
Creation of an image processing pipeline using Vivado
We'll also look at current system solutions and use cases that demonstrate the technical advantages of Xilinx adaptable automotive solutions and how Avnet can help you integrate them into your next design.
Acceleration of the vision algorithm using Vitis and OpenCL to create a final application
Testing the image processing pipeline on the Ultra96 using PYNQ and OpenCV with the Dual MIPI Board and MIPI cameras running algorithms on the processor cores
Fireside Chat: Benefits of Using PYNQ in your Automotive Designs
Fireside Chat: Accelerating your Applications with Vitis and Vitis AI
Demo Part 2: Creating and Testing PYNQ Overlays
Demo Part 3: Creating Solutions using Vitis and OpenCL
Demo Part 1: Creating an Image Processing Pipeline
Fireside Chat: Making the Transition Between Development and Manufacturing
Times listed below in Pacific Daylight Time
The UltraZed-EV SOM is a high performance, full-featured, System-On-Module (SOM). During the event, we'll discuss the board features and how to migrate your prototype from an Ultra96-V2 to an UltraZed-EV for those times when you require additional features for your designs.
The demos presented during this event will feature the Ultra96-V2 an Arm-based, Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+™ MPSoC development board. This low cost board is perfect for prototyping without breaking the bank and designs can be migrated to more advanced boards like the UltraZed-EV or UltraZed-EG using Xilinx software solutions.
Founder, Adiuvo Engineering and Training LTD
Adam Taylor is the author of the MicroZed Chronicles which, over 5 years, 270 plus articles and 20 million plus views has taught engineers how to use the Zynq, Zynq MPSoC and Xilinx FPGAs. When he is not teaching or writing about FPGA /SoC development Adam develops FPGA based solutions for a range of applications including RADAR, nuclear reactors, satellites, cryptography and image processing. Adam is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and Visiting Professor of embedded systems at the University of Lincoln, he is also the owner of the engineering and consultancy company Adiuvo Engineering and Training
Software Engineering Manager, Avnet
Kevin Keryk is a Software Engineering Manager with Avnet. He is a Computer Engineer by degree, Technical Marketing Manager by day, and an embedded software programming addict from an impressionable age which has turned into a mostly-healthy fascination with FPGA and other hardware craft over the past 10 years at Avnet.
Director of Product Marketing for AI, Software, and Ecosystem, Xilinx
Nick Ni is responsible for product planning, business development, and marketing for Xilinx’s AI and software products. Prior to joining Xilinx in 2014, Nick held multiple roles in R&D and applications focusing on embedded system design and high-level synthesis at ATI, AMD, Qualcomm and Altera. Nick has a M.S Computer Engineering from the University of Toronto and holds over 10 patents and publications.
Make the Shift
Download the Adaptable Technology eBook
This eBOOK includes 6 use cases for adaptable technology and its impact on automotive trends: automotive functional safety, vehicle-to-everything communication, occupant monitoring, aggregation/fusion and acceleration, RADAR for ADAS, and vision systems for autonomous vehicles.
ADAS and safety
Communication and monitoring
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Virtual Panel Discussion - June 24, 2020
In the Driver's Seat: A Deep Dive into ADAS and Driver Monitor Systems
Accelerating Automotive Applications
As the demands on automotive capability increase, Xilinx XA portfolio of automotive devices and supporting tool chains provide designers with the ability to achieve not only the desired performance, but also the quality, functional safety and security required.
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