Edge AI Sensor Algorithms for Sports & Ergonomic Wearables

Boxing Punching Bag Demo Data Labeling One of the demonstrations in the SensiML™ suite is a boxing punching bag to identify the different punches and frequency. The takeaway from this demo is how simple it is to build application-specific sports wearable algorithms using SensiML Analytics Toolkit software. This demo shows the accurate detection of jabs, […]

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QuickLogic’s EOS S3 Platform in Kyocera Smartphone

Today we unveiled details on a significant design win for QuickLogic’s ultra-low power EOS S3 voice and sensor processing SoC platform. Specifically, Kyocera has chosen our platform for its Torque G04 smartphone – a ruggedized handheld device made for demanding outdoor work and play applications. The reasons they chose the EOS S3 are manyfold, but […]

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QuickLogic, Infineon and Flex Deliver Complete Development-to-Production Solution for IoT Endpoint Applications

This week at CES, QuickLogic and Infineon will showcase the FLEXino Sensor Fusion Development Kit from global supply chain and manufacturing company Flex. This kit includes a sensor fusion daughter board which features QuickLogic’s EOS S3 SoC ultra-low power voice and sensor processing platform along with Infineon’s DPS310 digital barometric pressure sensor and IM69D130 digital […]

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Free Software Toolkit Trial for AI-Based Wearable and Industrial IoT Applications

If you’re developing AI-based consumer wearable or industrial IoT products, you’ll likely be evaluating various software tools to help implement AI on your wearable or IoT device. The options range from cloud-based analytics which offers nearly limitless computing resources but introduces communication issues such as latency, bandwidth constraints, fault tolerance, and security – to local […]

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Driving the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The first industrial revolution started in roughly the middle of the 18th century and ran for about a hundred years. The key elements of that revolution were the transition from hand-made to machine-crafted goods (especially textiles) and water and later steam-powered machinery. The second industrial revolution started around the mid-1800s and lasted into the first […]

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