Guide

  • 2020
  • 12/09/2019
  • Public Content

Get Started Using the OpenVINO™ Toolkit with Intel® System Studio

This guide is for developers who are interested in using the Intel® System Studio Eclipse*-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with the OpenVINO™ toolkit to develop Computer Vision and Deep Learning optimized applications.

Process Overview

The sections of this guide step you through each part of the process – from installing prerequisites to running or debugging a project.
    • Check the system requirements and install Intel System Studio on your host system.
    • Launch Intel System Studio.
    • Select a sample.
    • Build the project.

Definitions

  • Host system:
    The local system on which you’ve installed your development tools. It has a graphical interface for access.
  • Target system:
    The system on which you run an application during development and test.
A target system can be the same as your host system (local) or a separate system that can be accessed on the network by the host system (remote).

Related Information

To learn more about the OpenVINO toolkit and Intel System Studio, see:

Product and Performance Information

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