The hardware and software requirements to evaluate the Video Occupancy Sensor module are-
The occupancy sensor can be best evaluated on a Blackfin Low Power Imaging Platform (BLIP) board. If you do not have a Blackfin Low Power Imaging Platform board already, you can order one at www.analog.com/blip under the section "Buy". This will contain the ICE-1000 emulator, USB cables along with the BLIP board.
After you get a BLIP board, you can test the occupancy sensor on the BLIP board, using the AD Vision Sensor Controller GUI. This is available on the page - www.analog.com/blip under the section "Software". This is the only software you will need for evaluation and testing of the modules.
If you want to modify the code and make any changes, then you can obtain the Video Occupancy sensor module at www.analog.com/bf-vos.
The following modules are required to build and run the Video Occupancy Sensor applications (latest version recommended) -
- ADZS-BF707-BLIP2 Board Support Package version 1.0.0 (http://www.analog.com/blip)
- ADI Blackfin Image Processing Toolbox version 2.4.0 (http://www.analog.com/bf-IPToolbox)
Building and running the modules also requires the CrossCore Embedded Studio toolchain which can be obtained from www.analog.com/cces.
This FAQ was generated from the following discussion: What all do I need to get started?