Before people counting analytics can run on GPU, you must ensure that GPU support is enabled on the KiwiVision™ Analyzer role and install the KiwiVision™ Analyzer GPU Pack from GTAP.
Create the KiwiVision Analyzer role.
Before you begin
What you should know
- Running people counting analytics on GPU helps reduce CPU usage.
- GPU support is only available for the Tailgating detection and People counting scenarios.
- GPU support is enabled on KiwiVision™ Analyzer roles by default, but a warning is displayed until the GPU Pack is installed.
- A video card with CUDA compute capability 6.0 (Nvidia Pascal) to 8.0 (Nvidia Ampere) is required.
- The latest official graphics card driver from Nvidia must be installed.
- A minimum of 4GB of video memory is required.
- On each server hosting a KiwiVision™ Analyzer role that you want to support GPU, you must install the KiwiVision™ Analyzer GPU Pack that corresponds to your version of the KiwiVision™ video analytics plugin.
- In the properties of each KiwiVision™ Analyzer role that you want to support GPU, you must enable GPU support.
- From the Config Tool home page, open the Plugins task.
From the entity browser, select the KiwiVision™ Analyzer role, and then click the
- Turn on the Enable GPU support option.
- Click Apply.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to install the KiwiVision™ Analyzer GPU Pack from the GTAP Product Download page.
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