Month: December 2018

Machine learning on Cortex-M4 using Keras and ARM-CMSIS-NN

We have developed a simple software  to show how a custom keras model can be automatically translated into c-code. The generated c-code can, in combination with the ARM-CMSIS-NN functions, be used to run neural-net calculations in an efficient way on an embedded micro-controller such as the CORTEX-M4. 

The example software on GitHub has also firmware which runs on the STM32F4-Discorevy BoardPart of the firmware was generated with cubeMX.

The example software has a MNIST classifier which can classify handwritten digits.

See for more Details.

HDMI2CSI now running on 28.2.1

The HDMI2CSI board for capturing 4K HDMI was ported to the latest release of L4T (28.2.1) including the bug fix in the Nvidia VI (see forum: [1], [2]). Major differences where adapted from L4T 28.1 to L4T 28.2.1 and our developed hardware is again able to capture 2160p30. Run the tc358840 outside its specification (>1Gbps) you could also capture 2160p60.

Grab the newest version on Github.

If you are running into problems capturing after a format change restart your application. Currently the Nvidia VI does not recover from an error, namely PXL_SOF syncpt timeout.