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Last week, we looked at how we could create a virtual machine that would enable us to accelerate Vitis applications. This week, we are going to look at how we can create the hardware element of this Vitis platform.
To do this we will be using Vivado — the board I am going to target is the Ultra96 — and we will need the board files which can be obtained here.
Demand for sensor fusion at the edge is exponentially increasing. Edge devices are being asked to do more than ever before, while still being cost-effective to deploy. Most low-cost solutions lack the processing power and flexibility to keep up with advancing Image Signal Processing (ISP) requirements and an ever-increasing number of sensors. Further, most image sensors available are designed for specific applications in high volume products like cell phones, making it difficult to apply them in your environment—increasing the need for ISP at the edge in industrial and automotive applications.