Embedded AI startup launches classification libraries, signs Bosch: Page 2 of 3

December 01, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
Embedded AI startup launches classification libraries, signs Bosch
Cartesiam has launched a tool for adding classification libraries to its machine learning AI in ARM microcontrollers
sensor board from Bosch.

“For Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions, Cartesiam’s NanoEdge AI Studio is a natural fit as it perfectly extends our major existing IoT product line — the Cross Domain Development Kit, the XDK,” said Dr Ando Feyh, head of technical responsibility at Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions. “With its range of eight sensors, the XDK platform lets designers monitor, control and analyze processes remotely via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, enabling our customers to quickly create more intelligent connected machines. NanoEdge AI Studio V2 increases the XDK’s unique functionality, providing the ability to process data for anomaly detection and classification for one or more sensors. Given this, we plan to use Cartesiam’s platform in a wide range of internal and external projects, and are closely working together with Cartesiam on a NanoEdge AI Studio integration with our XDK.”

“We initially designed NanoEdge AI Studio to meet demand from our customers in predictive maintenance, who, having accumulated data on the use of their equipment, asked us to help them easily qualify their events as well as to anticipate them,” said Rubino. “The new version of our IDE allows them to develop a classification library without the usual challenges associated with signal processing and machine learning skills. This dramatically reduces costs and speeds time to market.”

Cartesiam has also launched a web-based platform with real edge AI datasets that can be used in the tool. These include air conditioning ventilator obstruction detection, breast cancer detection and vacuum-bag volume detection and Rubino says it will continuously enhance the portal with additional datasets.


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