Running openCv on vxworks

asked 2018-04-04 09:30:03 -0500

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I have legacy hardware (intel atom e680) w/ VxWorks 6.8 running on it. The hardware and OS can not be changed as it is an existing product.

Is it possible to get openCv running on this OS and architecture?

I did some research, and people had issues porting openCV to vxWorks that were running on non-X86 architectures. However, the architecture I am running on is x86 so I should not have those same problems.

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Is this a personal (hobby) or commercial (paid) project? Do you have support account or access to the forum at VxWorks? It is best to ask your question there, because the audience at VxWorks will know their platform much better. As far as OpenCV Answers goes, you can browse through the "related questions" listed on the right side of this questions webpage. None of the questions (one asked in 2013, another asked in 2017) received a positive answer. Do note that, if the readiness of your choice of technology combination is low, it may require expert-level knowledge as well as lots of resource (months and years of work, financial expense, etc) to get it ready. It might be unreasonable for personal (hobby) projects. Meanwhile, you may connect it to a second device (Raspberry) and use OpenCV

rwong gravatar imagerwong ( 2018-04-04 16:42:03 -0500 )edit

We have OpenCV working on VxWorks 7. https://labs.windriver.com/opencv/ The integration patches might be useful to you but you may need the LLVM compiler in VxWorks 7 to make it compile.

robwoolley gravatar imagerobwoolley ( 2019-05-24 13:51:37 -0500 )edit