Processing time increasement of non-rice object detection based on YOLOv3-tiny using Movidius NCS 2 on Raspberry Pi

Nova Eka Budiyanta, Catherine Olivia Sereati, Ferry Rippun Gideon Manalu

Abstract


This study aims to increase the processing time of detecting non-rice objects based on the you only look once v3-tiny (YOLOv3-tiny) model. The system was developed on the Raspberry Pi 4 embedded system with the Movidius neural compute stick 2 (NCS 2) implementation approach. Data object in the form of gravel on a bunch of rice in the video. The video data was obtained using a webcam with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels with a total of 2759 frames. From the test results, frames per second (FPS) have increased by 1.27x in the Movidius NCS 2 implementation compared to processing using the central processing unit (CPU) from the Raspberry Pi 4. The object detection processing on video data is complete at 1871.408 seconds with 1.474 FPS using the CPU from the Raspberry Pi 4 and finished at 1477.141 seconds with 1.868 FPS using Movidius NCS 2. From these differences, it can be seen that the application of Movidius NCS 2 succeeded in increasing the object detection processing in this study by 26.69% with the YOLOv3-tiny model approach on the Raspberry Pi 4 embedded system.

Keywords


Embedded system; Intel Movidius NCS 2; Object detection; Raspberry Pi; YOLOv3-tiny

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i2.3483

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