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Xilinx at Embedded World 2017

Visit us at Embedded World 2017 to see how we are infusing machine learning, computer vision, sensor fusion, and connectivity into vision guided systems. You can also see how we are providing multi-layered security from the edge to the cloud with time sensitive networking, functional safety, and real-time control for Industrial systems.

Join our technical marketing and system architects to learn how Xilinx’s Embedded Vision tools, libraries and methodologies, in conjunction with Zynq ® SoCs and MPSoCs, are enabling responsive and reconfigurable design advantages.

See us at Hall 1/1-205. 

 

Title Descriptions Presented By
Driver Monitoring System This demonstration shows real-time head and eyelid tracking combined with precision gaze direction measurement, allowing reliable driver attention and driver state detection under a wide range of challenging real-world conditions. Driver Monitoring System (DMS) is a critical element to a safe transition toward automated driving (AD) as it becomes imperative for AD systems to have knowledge of a driver’s ability to take back control of the vehicle as accident prevention. The Xylon DMS, enabled on the Xilinx Zynq SoC, is a mature, automotive qualified platform that provides the flexibility required to optimize system partitioning for vision processing performance at an affordable cost and relatively low power profile. Xylon
Flying Camera System  This demonstration showcases an advanced surround view system that provides a 3D hemispheric view of the vehicle’s surrounding, with the driver being able to dynamically adjust the perspective view. This system utilizes that Zynq UltraScale+ quad-core ARM® Cortex™-A53 and dual ARM Cortex-R5 cores, in addition to the Mail™-400 GPU for rendering the car model. Customers can utilize FPGA fabric parallelism and optimize their own unique features, which is critical for real-time processing. Xylon
Hardware Acceleration of 4K60 Dense Optical Flow This demonstration shows the power of Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC by running the state-of-the-art dense optical flow at 4K resolution with 60 Frames-Per-Second (FPS). Xilinx
Deep Learning, Computer Vision, and Sensor Fusion  This autonomous drive demonstration runs the three major complex algorithms commonly used in autonomous systems today, Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), Dense Optical Flow and Stereo Vision, all in a single Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC device. Xilinx
UHD HEVC Real-Time Compression and Streaming Playback Experience low latency, real-time UltraHD video compression/decompression and transmission with the H.264/H.265 video codec hard block integrated into the Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC EV devices. Supporting up to 8K bandwidth data transfer with low latency for real-time video applications such as video conferencing and drone operation. Xilinx
Embedded Vision Robotics System with Accelerated Image Recognition This industrial pick and place demonstration utilizes binary neural networks for machine vision recognition via programmable logic. Programmable logic implementation accelerates image recognition by over 1000x compared to software implementations while increasing recognition accuracy and reliability necessary for high performance, mission critical vision-enabled applications. MLE
3D Object Recognition Industrial Camera for Machine Vision This demonstration highlights the heterogeneous architecture of the Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC and how it enables traditional PC-based algorithms for machine vision, in this case an object recognition algorithm, to operate on an embedded camera platform. The Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC demonstrates object recognition using machine learning techniques and iVeia’s System-on-a-Module hardware, ecosystem, and design services accelerate time to market in machine vision applications.  iVeia
Dobby AI Drone - Pocket-Sized Drone with Deep Learning Zerotech Dobby AI is a pocket sized drone that uses deep learning to detect human gestures powered by Xilinx Zynq SoC devices. This demonstration will also showcase the deep learning inference technologies from DeePhi. Deephi Deep Learning and ZeroTech
Functional Safety Reference System This demonstration showcases a comprehensive design template for custom solutions with Hardware Fault Tolerance (HFT=1) on a single device, compliant to IEC 61508:2010 norm using Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC. enabling reduced overall safety design BOM costs. Advanced support for a comprehensive PC-controlled error injection function will be presented using Xilinx’s new Zynq Safety Reference System. Ikerlan
Intelligent Gateway for Cybersecurity This demonstration combines sensor fusion, cybersecurity, realtime communication and control with machine learning, providing high availability from the Edge to the Cloud based on Zynq Programmable SOC platform. The production-ready intelligent gateway is time aware and provides secure networking interoperability and control demonstrating the convergence of Operational Technology with the Information Technology (OT and IT).  SoCe
All Programmable Industrial Control Systems This demonstration will showcase an Industrial Control System (ICS) providing a customer ready platform showcasing network interoperability with secure edge analytics extendable to the cloud.  All Programmable capabilities of the Zynq® SoC and Zynq UltraScale+MPSoC devices for Industry 4.0 automation will be highlighted.  It is a customer ready preconfigured, fully functional ICS, that is customizable enabling differentiation and faster time to market. BE Services, Matrikon and RTI  
Conference topic Date
Time Presenter
OpenAMP within An Industrial IoT Framework Tuesday, March 14 4:30 – 5:00 p.m. Tomas Evensen (Xilinx)
Heterogeneous Multicore for Safety: Why You Need Multiple Difference Cores on Your SoC Wednesday, March 15 3:00 – 3:30 p.m. Glenn Steiner (Xilinx)
Virtualization Methodology for Real Time Physical System Self Optimization Wednesday, March 15 4:00 – 4:30 p.m. Dan Isaacs (Xilinx) with Greg Brown (NI)
Session 18: FPGA-SoCs – Managing Power for Performance with a Heterogeneous Processing System on a Chip Wednesday, March 15   Glenn Steiner (Xilinx)
Designing Industry 4.0 Silicon Carbide High Power Inverters with Zynq-7000 and Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC with Machine Learning Diagnostics Capability Thursday, March 16 2:00 – 2:30 p.m. Doctor Gulio Carradl (Xilinx)
Session 35: Embedded Vision – Combining OpenCV and High Level Synthesis to Reduce Embedded Vision Development Time Thursday, March 16   Adam Taylor (Xilinx)

Alliance Program Premier Members

Company Hall
Avnet Memec-Silica 1/1-370, 1/1-205
Topic Embedded Products 3/3-111
Xylon 1/1-205

Alliance Program Certified Members

Company Hall
DAVE Embedded Systems 4/4-481
Enclustra GmbH 4A/4A-121, 1/1-101
Missing Link Electronics 4/4-478, 1/1-205
SoC-e 1/1-205

Alliance Program Members

Company Hall
Aldec Inc. 4/4-560
Digilent Inc. 1/1-208
eSOL Company 4/4-634
HMS Industrial Networks 1/1-550
iVeia 1/1-205
MathWorks 4/4-110
Mentor Graphics (Deutschland) 4/4-510
NI 1/1-652, 4/4-108
NetModule 3/3-320
Port GmbH 1/1-648
Solectrix 4A/4A-126
X2E 4/4-370

Alliance Associate Members

Company Hall
3S Smart Software Solutions (Codesys) 1/1-205
Antmicro 4A/4A-121
dSPACE 4/4-316
Ikerlan 1/1-205
Koenig-pa 4/4-380
Lynx Software Technologies 4/4-423
Matrikon 1/1-205
RBZ Embedded Logics 3/3-500