Take a look at the Installation Instructions for OpenVINO on Raspbian* OS.
You can post any OpenVINO related questions at the following forum.
Thank you for reaching out! You can find a list of supported networks for the Neural Compute SDK on the release notes.
Neural Compute SDK version 1.12:
Neural Compute SDK ver…
This forum is intended for discussions around the Neural Compute Stick and Neural Compute SDK. I recommend posting your OpenVINO related questions at the following Forum.
Thanks for reaching out! Concat should be supported. Take a look at the inception v3 sample code included with the ncapzoo:
The sample code pulls the network…
You will need to use the OpenVINO toolkit with the Intel Neural Compute Stick 2 as the NCSDK only support the original Neural Compute Stick.
Take a look at the Get Started Guide.
Hope this helps!
The graph file format is used with the Intel Neural Compute SDK for the original Neural Compute Stick. As you are using the Intel Neural Compute Stick 2, use the model optimizer provided with the OpenVINO toolkit to convert your training…
Could you try the following commands to download and install the ncsdk2 (v2.08)? Please copy/paste the full error you are seeing.
git clone -b ncsdk2 https://github.com/movidius/ncsdk.git
You will need to write your own C++ or Python code to Initialize the device, load your neural network (.xml + .bin) and get the results. Check out these sample codes:
The Intel OpenVINO toolkit is the default software development kit for the Intel Neural Compute Stick 2. The NCSDK only supports for the original Neural Compute Stick.
You will need to download and install OpenVINO using the following …
It looks like you have an Intel Neural Compute Stick 2, you will need to use the OpenVINO toolkit as the NCS2 is not supported on the ncsdk.
Take a look at the getting started page: https://software.intel.com/en-us/neural-compute-stick/…
Could you please provide additional information on how you are connecting the NCS to you computer?
* Are you using a powered USB Hub?
* Have you tried different USB ports 3
* Do you see the device when running lsusb?
* Have you tried…
Thank you for reaching out! Could you please provide additional information about your setup?
Are you using the NCSDK1 or NCSDK2? (version 1.12, 2.08 or older)
Which branch did you clone of the ncappzoo repository? (ncsdk2 or master)
Thank you for reaching out! The operation ShapeN is currently not supported on the NCSDK. We will take this operation into consideration for a future release.
Is there another way you can complete the model without using this oper…
Currently the NCSDK is only supported on Ubuntu 16.04 or Raspbian for the RPi. Have you tried setting up a virtual machine running Ubuntu on your Windows 10 system?
Take a look at the following link for Installation and Configuration …
This would not be possible with the NCSDK as it only supports the original NCS. However, OpenVINO supports both the original NCS and the Intel NCS 2. It may be possible to use both NCS1 and NCS2 for multiple interface using OpenVI…
Thanks for reaching out! Checkout this other thread where we are troubleshooting the same issue. Please try the suggestions made by @Luis_at_Intel and let us know if it resolves your issue.
The error you are seeing [Error 5] Toolkit Error: Stage Details Not Supported: Top Not Found conv1d_1/convolutions/ExpandDims is related to the layer profile from caffe which is generated when caffe is downloaded and built. Could you c…
Did you install OpenVINO using the Customization Package (Online) or Full Package? I installed the Customization Package (Online) and the example ran without any issues.
I will also recommend posting your question on the OpenVINO f…
We have seen similar issues when using Virtualenv or Anaconda. Could you try to uninstall the NCSDK using the uninstall.sh script and re-install? If possible, try to install on a fresh machine.
Hi @jithin ,
I would like to reproduce your issue. Could you provide the command used to compile this network?
Could you also provide additional information about your system (RPi/Computer/VM, OS)?
Could you provide additional information?
* Are you installing on an RPi, Computer or Virtual Machine?
* What operating system are you using?
* Which command is causing the error?
* What directory are you executing the command?
The guide lists a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B as a prerequisite, which Raspberry Pi model do you have?
Also, have you install all the dependencies?
sudo apt-get install -y libusb-1.0-0-dev libprotobuf-dev libleveldb-dev libsnappy-dev…
There is an older thread about running ResNet on NCSDK2. Take a look!
I believe you installed the NCSDK in API-only mode on your Raspberry PI. If that is the case, you will need to copy the graph from a development machine with the full SDK installed.
Take a look at section Bonus step: Deploying a…
Hi @cardott ,
We are updating the Material Data Declaration Sheet (MDDS) for MM 957762 and should be live shortly.
Please visit https://qdms.intel.com/ in the next couple of days for the updated document.
Additionally, you can find information r…
I just posted a suggestion on another thread to try. Let me know if this helps!
Did you setup the USB filters in the VirtualBox machine settings? I found that I also had to install the VirtualBox Extension Pack on Virtualbox. Once the extension pac…
Did you setup the USB filters in the VirtualBox machine settings? I found that I also had to install the VirtualBox Extension Pack on Virtualbox. Once the extension pack was installed, I also loaded guest additions to the guest machine.…