ADASBench and CompuBench demonstrated at IWOCL
April 20, 2016
The Kishonti team showcases benchmarks focusing on OpenCL performance measurement at the International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL), the annual conference of the OpenCL community discussing API designs, trends, algorithms and programming models.
Our compute benchmarks test devices with the most important use-cases where OpenCL is applied to accelerate applications: neural networks-based image processing for automated driving, high-performance graphics simulations and effects, data extraction and content creation. At IWOCL, we demonstrate new tests of the upcoming version updates of both CompuBench and ADASBench: N-body simulation, Subsurface Scattering and neural network-based object and feature detection.
ADASBench enables companies to assess the major aspects of automotive platforms that power the cars of the future. The test suite covers in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), human-machine interface (HMI) and different components of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving capabilities based on neural networks and computer vision.
CompuBench provides a tool for parallel compute performance measurement using the most important APIs, besides OpenCL, CUDA, OpenGL ES Compute, Metal and Vulkan. CompuBench 1.5 is available for desktop and mobile devices, while CompuBench 2.0 is currently under development unitingOpenCL 1.0 and 2.0 tests in one application.
ADASBench and CompuBench are being developed in cooperation with leading technology companies and are available for licensing within Benchmark Development Programs. The CompuBench updated community version release is planned Q3 2016.
About Kishonti Ltd.
Kishonti Ltd. is a leading specialist in high-performance graphics and compute solutions. In the past decade we have been working together with leaders of the semiconductor and consumer electronics market listed among top ranking technology companies of the NASDAQ-100.