Benchmarking GPU performance of embedded Linux SoCs with Qt

Date: June 25, 2020

If you’re familiar with embedded Linux for System on Chips (SoCs) and have been wondering which platform would be ideal when it comes to meeting even higher performance requirements – especially with high-resolution graphics at 720p and full HD – then this webinar is for you!

Powerful embedded applications are usually not limited by the CPU, but by the GPU and memory bandwidth instead. As per extensive research conducted by Toradex Partner, Sequality Software Engineering, there is a lack of adequate GPU benchmarking for embedded SoCs in the market today – thereby leading to Sequality developing a benchmark itself based on Qt for Device Creation featuring Toradex’s System on Modules (SoMs), and Sequality’s automotive suite. The basis for all tests conducted were standard Boot2Qt images with additional optimization on the respective hardware platforms used.

And the results are in! Watch the webinar video to learn more.

Key takeaways include:
    • Benchmark results showing the embedded GPU performance
    • Performance from Raspberry Pi to Apalis iMX8
    • See how Sequality was able to increase the performance on many platforms by various optimizations of its application
    • Be privy to key insights into how Qt applications can be optimized and how you can optimize fluidity, with emphasis on QtQuick

For more information on Qt Quick 3D Benchmark Application read here.

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