OpenVINO Room for Improvement
Systems and Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Generally, when you deploy edge products, it's really about latency. It's about getting that camera input, being able to process it, extracting the information you need, and getting the solution back to the person who made the request. Although I'm not necessarily saying its latency or accuracy is bad, it's always something that can be improved upon. By focusing on improving these areas, they can make the overall solution even better.
At this point, the product could probably just use a greater integration with more machine learning model tools. However, that's not advice from experience per se. That's always just helpful in general. To be able to incorporate more models into the product makes it stronger. Therefore, to be clear, it's not coming from a point of a current deficiency. It's just a general comment.View full review »
It has some disadvantages because when you're working with very complex models, neural networks, if OpenVINO cannot convert them automatically and you have to do a custom layer and later add it to the model. It is difficult. These are the main disadvantages that OpenVINO has that are a bit limited for some models.View full review »
The model optimization is a little bit slow — it could be improved. They should introduce some type of deep learning accelerator, like Jetson Xavier NX.
There is a lacking in vehicle recognition — types of vehicles. Differentiating between cars, SUVs and different types of light, heavy, and medium trucks can be tricky. We have to train such models ourselves and then transfer them onto OpenVINO.View full review »