I am into research and my basic aim is to be able to prototype functionalities in a fast form. The workflow is as follows: (1) Acquire data (2) Store data (3) Write algorithms in PC (which includes DSP and image processing). After this what I want to do is analyze this in real time on an embedded system.
I happened to come across MAVRK. Is this a good platform for this ?
An analogy would be like 'lego' bricks for mechanical design. Basically I should be able to capture the data (digitize it), do operations to it and see the result (maybe video also).
I believe this platform should work well for you.
The MAVRK board was made for fast prototyping of a system while allowing all data available for the modules to be output to a PC.
The only possible shortcoming of the system is pure data rate out of the motherboard which is currently set at 460,800 bits/second. If the PC connection can keep up with the bit rate required by all the modules in the system, then the rest should work as advertised.
We can store data to a log file using our QT application.
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