Open Source Reference Implementations
All Reference Implementations
Run independent workloads for computer vision and time-series data analysis in virtual machines using a Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM). Visualize the combined output on a separate virtual machine.
- Industrial computer vision and time-series analysis
- Virtualized environments for multiple applications
Secure work areas and send alerts if someone enters the restricted space.
- Track worker activity in proximity to heavy machinery
- Develop safety solutions using computer vision technologies
Receive or post information on available parking spaces by tracking how many vehicles enter and exit a parking lot.
- Track and analyze vehicle activity
- Report on parking space availability
Build a solution to analyze customer expressions and reactions to product advertising collateral that is positioned on retail shelves.
- Measure active versus inactive user product engagement
- Capture analytics on shopper reactions to visual ads
Detect the mood of shoppers when looking at a retail or kiosk display.
- Mall shoppers using interactive or map kiosk
- Grocery store shoppers viewing digital signage ads
- Hospitals using a kiosk to assist patients or visitors
Develop a facial detection and recognition solution using the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit, C++, and MQTT to grant access to designated areas.
- Control access to buildings
- Restrict equipment operation
- Enable security for authorized individuals
Create a smart video application using the Intel Distribution of OpenVINO toolkit. The toolkit uses models and inference to run single-class object detection.
- Track activity in retail
- Observe factory work spaces and building entrances for activity
- Capture and record information on the number of people
Build an application that alerts you when someone enters a restricted area. Learn how to use models for multiclass object detection.
- Record and send alerts on activity in controlled spaces
- Track parking lots, entrances, and property
Monitor three different streams of video that count people inside and outside of a facility. This application also counts product inventory.
- Movement of people
- Foot activity in retail or warehouse spaces
- Inventory availability of products on shelves
Capture video, generate a heat map, record the number of people present, and then integrate the results. The program can also create an output video and save snapshots.
- Factory or warehouse activity
- Restaurant activity
- Hospital lobbies and floors
Detect various anomalies of an object that is moving on a conveyor belt within a manufacturing facility, and then run analysis on what is detected.
- Identify products damaged during manufacturing
- Confirm product orientation is correct for labeling
- Detect labels for product UPC identification
Predict performance issues with manufacturing equipment motors. Perform local or cloud analytics of the issues found, and then display the data on a user interface to determine when failures might arise.
- Air conditioning units