Among the 50+ exhibitors on the virtual hall floor [of the 2020 Embedded Vision Summit], Eta Compute has developed an ultra-low power SoC for doing AI in IoT devices such as smart sensors, which it will show off in several demonstrations.
Tell me about Eta Compute’s vision? We envision a world where intelligent devices at the network edge make everyones’ lives safer, healthier, more comfortable, and convenient without sacrificing privacy and security.
A new technology, brought by Eta Compute, will change the game and make neural network inference at the extreme edge a reality.
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Eta Compute has announced the TENSAI Flow software suite that has been developed to assist design machine learning applications for IoT and low power edge devices.
Eta Compute’s TENSAI Flow software de-risks development by quickly confirming feasibility and proof of concept. TENSAI Flow enables seamless development for machine learning applications in IoT and low power edge devices. It includes a neural network compiler, a neural network zoo, and middleware comprising FreeRTOS, HAL and frameworks for sensors, as well as IoT/cloud enablement.