The Deep Learning Streamer (DL Streamer) in the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit is an analytics framework for creating and deploying complex media analytics pipelines across Intel® architecture from edge to cloud. It enables:
- Optimal pipeline interoperability with a familiar developer experience built using the GStreamer multimedia framework
- Flexible streaming analytics
- Optimized inferencing across Intel® architectures—CPUs, Intel® Processor Graphics Architecture, Intel® Movidius™ VPUs, and more
In this on-demand session, deep-learning experts from Intel—Neena Maldikar, Zoe Cayetano, and Mikhail Nikolskii—will:
- Provide a comprehensive overview of the DL Streamer
- Showcase what it can do via several demos
- Provide instructions and tips for how to use this new feature
Watch it today.
- Download the DL Streamer (and more) in the latest version of the Intel Distribution of OpenVINO toolkit
- View the DL Streamer tutorial
- Download from GitHub* the open-source version of DL Streamer
AI product manager, Intel Corporation
Neena has an MA degree in computer science from Portland State University. She has been working at Intel for past seven years. Before joining the Video Analytics team, she worked on developing libraries for contextual awareness and implemented use cases to make PCs smarter.
AI and IoT product manager, Intel Corporation
Passionate about democratizing technology access for everyone and working on projects with outsized impact on the world, Zoe works on various interdisciplinary business and engineering problems. Before Intel, she was a data science researcher for a particle accelerator at Arizona State University, where she analyzed electron beam dynamics of novel x-ray lasers used for crystallography, quantum materials, and bioimaging. She holds BA degrees in applied physics and business. Philippines-born, she is based in San Francisco, California.
Senior software engineer and technical lead for the DL Streamer, Intel Corporation
Mikhail has worked at Intel for over 15 years on various Intel® Software Products. Mikhail has an MA degree in computer science from Moscow State University.