Sensing and Analytics - Top Picks

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    Sensor signal processing plays a key role in applications like medical imaging, radar detection, factory automation, and surveillance, and now even digital signage. With the new Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2.0 (Intel® AVX 2.0), these applications can achieve new levels of performance, efficiency, and flexibility. Here are links to the top community posts on this new technology:

     

    Blog:  Expanding ISR Across the Battlefield

    Radar, signals intelligence, and electro optical/infrared capabilities of sophisticated intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems require abundant, high throughput, low latency real-time processing power.  Learn how Intel® processor-based systems meet these needs.  

     

     

    Blog:  Optimizing Mil/Aero Image and Signal Processing

    Mil/Aero applications have computationally intensive image and signal processing requirements calling for high levels of floating-point data precision. Learn about the Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2 instruction set feature of the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v3 family.

     

     

    Blog: Breakthrough Performance for Medical Imaging

    Discover how you can boost imaging performance by up to 72% with the The Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family -- and how you can put this performance to work with solutions that range from motherboards to supercomputer systems.

     

    Article:  Faster Signal Processing with Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2.0

    The Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2.0 double floating-point throughput to 307 billion floating point operations per second at 2.4 GHz. Check out some new benchmarks and a review of tools and libraries for the new extensions.

     

    Blog:  AVX 2.0 Enables Faster Image and Signal Processing

    Learn how the new Intel Haswell micro-architecture improvements contribute to greater performance in signal and image processing applications.

     

    Blog:  Hey, Core Eyes! Machine Vision with Haswell

    Read how the Intel® AVX 2.0 (Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2.0) instruction set, which doubles signal and image processing performance is used in MV system design.

     

    Blog:  AdvancedTCA for Digital Signal Processing

    Explore how ATCA equipment found in commercial telecom infrastructure can also be used in military DSP applications.

     

    Blog:  AVX2 Impact on Imaging

    Learn how Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2.0 introduced in the Haswell microarchitecture take image processing to a new level in military and aerospace applications.. 

     

    Blog:  Getting Analytical About DSS Video Analytics

    Video analytics solutions use complex algorithms to determine changes, such as an object moving, within a prescribed view and also provides a way to search recorded video for specific events. Read about performance considerations for such solutions deployed in DSS devices. 

     

    White Paper:  Video Analytics for Digital Signage Deployments

    Read how advanced video analytics technology enables digital signage systems to dynamically detect and analyze the viewing audience and tailor its signage content accordingly.   

     

    Blog:  Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) 2.0 Offers Breakthrough Performance for Medical Imaging

    Learn how Intel® AVX2 provides an infrastructure and building blocks for meeting the escalating performance requirements of medical imaging applications through wider vectors, a new extensible syntax, and rich functionality.

     

    Presentation:  How to Optimize Your Software for the Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX)

    Take a deep dive into the AVX instruction set and the tools available to use AVX in your application.

     

    Have you read any related content that you would recommend to the community?  What other aspects of Sensing and Analytics would you like to see covered?

     

    Felix

     

    J. Felix McNulty

    Community Moderator

    Intel® Embedded Community

    (Intel contractor)