New from RDS is the AAEON AI Core X, an AI Edge Computing Board with Intel Movidius Myriad X VPU, MYDX x 1. It can reach 105 FPS and can perform over 1 trillion floating point operations per second as a dedicated neural network accelerator. The Myriad X is capable of processing video and performing facial recognition in real-time and as an ultra-low power VPU needs very little energy.
The AI Core X is built on the mPCIe factor which means it is compact and designed to work in a wide range of applications. Other features of this board consist of Intel Vision Accelerator Design SW SDK, a supported framework consisting of TensorFlow, Caffe and MXNET, and Ubunto 16.04 and Windows 10.
Also available is the Intel Distribution of OpenVINO toolkit. Now, applications and systems can be developed that emulate human vision. Based on convolutional neural networks it enables CNN-based deep learning inference at the edge. The toolkit extends workloads across Intel hardware, including accelerators and maximises performance. It speeds up time to market via a library of functions and pre-optimised kernels as well as including optimised calls for OpenCV and OpenVX.
Find out more about the AAEON AI Core X at www.review-displays.co.uk.