Among Intel’s many technologies contributing to Artificial Intelligence (AI) advancements, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) provide unique and significant value propositions across the spectrum. Understanding the current and future capabilities of Intel® FPGAs requires a solid grasp on how AI is transforming industries in general.
In this example application, you'll learn how to interact with the Terasic* DE10-Nano board's digital I/O.
Intel® Cyclone® V SoC FPGA devices are ideally suited for use in base stations and IoT gateways that must interact with a large network of sensors and actuators in a secure way. Interacting in a secure way means that the two communicating devices trust each other and that commands, messages, and other data passed between the two has not been modified or revealed to an unauthorized party...
This tutorial shows you how to use the System Console debugging tool to program a compiled FPGA design into an FPGA device, then access the hardware modules (i.e. peripherals) that are instantiated in that FPGA design. This System Console tutorial is based on the FPGA design created in the “Build a Custom Hardware System” tutorial.
Over the next few months, teams chosen by the community will develop their amazing projects, post demonstration videos and design papers, as they compete for a place in Innovate FPGA Finals. By July 15 the top 12 projects worldwide, 3 from each region, will be selected to move forward to the Grand Final event in August.
This tutorial shows you how to use the Qsys* system integration tool to create a custom Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) hardware design using IP available in the Intel® FPGA IP library. Qsys speeds embedded system design by creating a configurable interconnect between IP blocks. Developers who create their own IP blocks can publish them to the Qsys IP library for reuse in their systems
This tutorial shows you how to use the System Console debugging tool to program a compiled Intel® FPGA design into an Intel® FPGA device, then access the hardware modules (i.e. peripherals) that are instantiated in that Intel FPGA design. This System Console tutorial is based on the Intel FPGA design created in the “Build a Custom Hardware System” tutorial.
In this tutorial you will use an Intel® SoC FPGA to see how Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) can be used to accelerate a complex mathematical function, boosting system performance and off-loading the CPU from a computationally intensive algorithm.
How to create a self-balancing, two-wheeled robot based on the Terasic DE10-Nano Kit.
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