Eutecus unveiled version 2.2 of their Multi-core Video Analytics Engine (MVE) Evaluation Kit. The MVE kit embeds the entire video analytics event detection application on a single low-cost Xilinx Spartan 3A DSP FPGA. The MVE Evaluation Kit 2.2 supports HD and composite TV (NTSC or PAL) input for both live and pre-recorded video. The system comes bundled with an assortment of different pre-configured videos allowing users to test MVE’s video analytic capability in various indoor and outdoor scenarios, at different resolutions.
The MVE Evaluation Kit v2.2 is a fully-configurable test environment for experimenting and demonstrating MVE technology. Its features can also be used as prototypes for real-world video analytics solutions. The MVE Evaluation Kit runs on the Xilinx Xtreme DSP Video Starter Kit (VSK).
MVE Evaluation Kit 2.2 enables developers to test embedded video analytics on both indoor and outdoor video input in a variety of different resolutions and standards. The tool enables repeat testing of a single video file, allowing users to optimize testing parameters and also providing them with a learning tool to master the MVE environment.
MVE is ideal for OEMs (security camera, DVR, and other device manufacturers) who wish to implement a ready-made video content analysis solution into their product lines at a lower price point and higher performance than existing offerings on the market. MVE provides numerous advantages over DSP and PC-based solutions, including multiple event detectors running in parallel, full analytic processing of HD video streams at video frame rate, as well as greater reliability and stability. MVE can also be used in conjunction with Eutecus’ other advanced image processing solutions, such as object classification.
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