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Developing for larger Heterogeneous SoC like the Xilinx MPSoC UltraScale+ EG19 device present the developer with several challenges, from timing closure to developing the software and demonstrating increasing technology readiness level (TRL) as the product develops. One of the largest challenges if the integration of the programmable logic algorithm with the application software, this needs to not only correctly be able to configure and access design elements implemented in the programmable logic but also implement the higher-level algorithms and application.
TySOM embedded development board enables the developer to hit the ground running and start developing the application for both the programmable logic and software solution from day one. By leveraging the PYNQ framework the developers can accelerate the development of algorithms and verification of programmable logic design. PYNQ provides the developer with the ability to control AXI peripherals within the programmable logic using Python and Jupyter notebooks, opening the wider python ecosystem for development and verification of the algorithms. This is especially beneficial for image and signal processing applications.
This session will demonstrate how developers can use the TySOM-3A-ZU19EG embedded development board and the PYNQ framework can be combined to accelerate your developments for image and signal processing applications.
Topics covered in this webinar:
● Challenges faced in large FPGA design for image and signal processing
● TySOM-3A-ZU19EG prototyping board
● Timing Closure / SW / algorithm development challenges
● What is PYNQ – How does it benefit us
● Pynq on the TySOM-3A-ZU19EG
● Live demo of PYNQ Capabilities for image processing and signal processing
Adam Taylor is a chartered engineer and fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology. He is an expert in FPGA and Embedded Systems design, with a specialization in high-reliability design. Adam is also a Visiting Professor of embedded systems at the University of Lincoln and loves teaching.
Founded in 2014, Adiuvo Engineering & Training, Ltd. is a consultancy that provides embedded systems design, training, and marketing services. Our aim is to help create better engineering AND better engineers.
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