Industrial AI & MACHINE LEARNING
 

Thursday 10/3

 
IAR DevCon
 
NXP has released the i.MX RT1170 crossover family, the first MCUs in the industry capable of running at up to 1 GHz. The devices are based on a dual-core Arm Cortex-M architecture, featuring an -M7 core able to run at 1 GHz and -M4 core that runs at 400 MHz. These are accompanied by a 2D pixel-processing vector graphics engine and NXP EdgeLock security.
 
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Aldec, Inc. will be showcasing the development of Deep Neural Network (DNN) and Machine Learning (ML) applications at Arm TechCon from October 8-10 in San Jose, CA.
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MVTec Software will release HALCON 19.11 on November 15, which will include many new and improved functions for machine vision, such as an anomaly detection function to allow deep-learning-based inspection tasks to be implemented more efficiently.
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Infineon Technologies? AURIX microcontrollers back AI-driven solutions that implement a new high-performance AI accelerator called a Parallel Processing Unit (PPU) that will leverage Synopsys? DesignWare ARC EV Processor IP.
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Xilinx has adopted Micron?s Xcella flash memory for its Versal adaptive compute acceleration platform (ACAP). Xccella?s JEDEC xSPI-compliant bus interface delivers an 8x boot and configuration performance improvement over quad SPI NOR flash in Xilinx Versal ACAP platforms.
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The MIPI Alliance has updated its Camera Serial Interface-2 (CSI-2) specification with Unified Serial Link (USL), Smart Region of Interest (SROI), and RAW-24 features. Version 3.0 of the specification is also accompanied by new tools and companion specifications for developer enablement, including the MIPI Camera Command Set (MIPI CCS) and a Conformance Test Suite (CTS).
 
Xilinx has launched Vitis, a free and open-source development platform that automatically adapts software and algorithms to Xilinx hardware without the need for VHDL or Verilog expertise.
 
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