Lattice sensAI stack accelerates deployment of artificial intelligence in edge devices

New from Lattice Semiconductor Corporation is the Lattice sensAI complete technology stack, which combines modular hardware kits, neural network IP cores, software tools, reference designs, and custom design services to accelerate the integration of machine learning inferencing into consumer and industrial Internet of things applications.

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New from Lattice Semiconductor Corporation is the Lattice sensAI complete technology stack, which combines modular hardware kits, neural networkIP cores, software tools, reference designs, and custom design services to accelerate the integration of machine learning inferencing into consumer and industrial Internet of things applications.

The low power (under 1 mW–1 W) FPGA and software-based product features MIP ICSI-2, LVDS, GigE, and USB 3.0 interfaces as well as an ECP5 device-based video interface platform, convolutional neural network accelerator and binarized neural network accelerator, as well as a neural network compiler tool for Caffe/TensorFlow to FPGA, Lattice Radiant design software, and Lattice Diamond design software. Additionally, sensAI offers reference designs for facial detection, key phrase detection, object counting, face tracking, and speed sign detection.

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Lattice Semiconductor
Headquarters
: Portland, OR, USA
Product:
Lattice sensAI complete technology stack
Key Features:
Hardware platforms, IP cores, software tools, reference designs/demos, custom design services.

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