Is it ok to host an edge impulse workshop with 60 students accessing services for 4 days?
We will host a TinyML workshop for 4 days using edge impulse service. The required service for each account should be within free tier limitations. Do we have to concern if our concurrent access may affect the cloud service.
Hosting a workshop with 60 students using Edge Impulse for a TinyML workshop sounds like an exciting endeavour!
There is no concern on platform usage, we are designed for scale and being used by many companies to build model architectures, on GPU based servers, with large scale datasets for deployment to real devices.
We have a lot of learning resources you can refer to:
Please share some images on social we would love to see how it goes@edgeimpulse
Thank @Eoin for your encouraging answer. For this year, our annual event, TESA Top Gun Rally, has ramped up from around 40 teams to 59 teams, resulting in 278 students joining and learning AIoT (= TinyML + server + modeling) technology.
TESA Top Gun Rally 2023 - MATLAB & Simulink (mathworks.com)
I am responsible for the TinyML part, so I chose ESP32-S3 with OV2640 module for water level detection via staff gauge images. Edge Impulse helped me a lot in preparing the content and demonstration. I will put your tag in Facebook and LinkedIn posts during the event starting tomorrow.
Wishing you well with the event today!
Everything was quite a breeze with the support of ESP32-S3 so that we can build, export, and drag into /lib of Platform.io. Quite amazing for students with different backgrounds to finish making edge vision in just 3 hours. And one group is just high-school students.