Letter to the editor: NVIDIA Jetson severely limited during object recognition, tracking

With all due respect to your very informative piece, having worked with NVIDIA Jetson technology since its inception, I have found severe limits on the frame rate during object recognition and tracking.

Letter to the editor: NVIDIA Jetson severely limited during object recognition, tracking
Letter to the editor: NVIDIA Jetson severely limited during object recognition, tracking

With all due respect to your very informative piece, having worked with NVIDIA Jetson technology since its inception, I have found severe limits on the frame rate during object recognition and tracking.

Using highly optimized methods for human recognition the fastest frame rate on a Jetson II at much lower resolution than 4K is seven frames per second. Given that the device has thirteen cameras it would be an amazing feat if it could autonomously navigate at all.

I predict that early adopters will be in for a shock.

Maybe you should consider further verification by getting a demonstration?

Best Regards,
Ed

Edward Hoffman
Director of AI
StreamingAlpha inc.

Letter to the editor: NVIDIA Jetson severely limited during object recognition, trackingLetter to the editor: NVIDIA Jetson severely limited during object recognition, tracking

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