Conferences and supporting programme
CPUs or FPGAs for Image Processing: What's the Best Tool for the Job?
We've all witnessed the mass proliferation of cameras in our daily lives in computers, mobile devices, and automobiles, but the biggest advancement in machine vision has been processing power. With processor performance doubling every two years and a continued focus on parallel processing technologies like multicore CPUs and FPGAs, vision system designers can now apply highly sophisticated algorithms to visualize data and create more intelligent systems. As more vision systems that include the latest generations of multicore CPUs and powerful FPGAs reach the market, vision system designers need to understand the benefits and trade-offs of using these processing elements. They need to know not only the right algorithms to use on the right target but also the best architectures to serve as the foundations of their designs. The benefits, and tradeoffs of each will be covered, as well as what algorithms are best suited for each. GPUs will be discussed, but the focus will be on CPUs and FPGAs.
--- Date: 27.02.2018 Time: 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM Location: Conference Counter NCC Ost