AI platform generates driver software from component datasheets

AI platform generates driver software from component datasheets

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By Peter Clarke

Embedd Ltd. (London) uses artificial intelligence to analyse component datasheets and generate standardised digital component models that embedded software developers can configure.

The AI reader has the capability to extract not only tables and functions but also charts and calibration graphs from chip datasheets. It can then use code generation to create drivers in minutes with custom project settings.

The configuration is done through an application with VSCode integrations that allows management of driver-related data and component set-up, based on the particular application. Users can then automatically generate driver code in C/C++ for their specific target architectures and compliance requirements such as MISRA or IEC 61508.

The company claims that each year over 865 million hours are spent on the manual, repetitive task of driver development. It also claims that its platform can save up to 50 hours per driver.

The company was founded in London by Mykhailo Lazarenko of the Ukraine in January 2023. It is exhibiting in Hall 4 on booth 4-453 at the Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany.

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