Imagimob announced the availability of the Imagimob tinyML platform integrated with Synaptics’ DBM10L AI chip.
Sensor Fusion—it sounds like something out of Star Trek, like some super-futuristic technology. In reality, it’s simply combining sensors in one device. While it sounds simple, it’s actually fairly difficult to do, as different sensor types often employ different technology and have different outputs, and obviously different input types.
The combination of connectivity and sensing with low-power artificial intelligence (AI) processing platforms has dramatically changed our relationship with machines, and forever altered how we live, work, and play. Though their energy requirements are minimal by design, these powerful processors are enabling AI capabilities on edge devices that allow them to process data locally for a range of smart applications for the home, office, and industrial environments.
The Holy Grail for mobile workers has always been the ability to dock their laptop (and other mobile devices) wirelessly. Wired docking has been around for decades and provides many advantages to the mobile user. Taking that application one step further and removing the physical connections has many advantages, but admittedly, it’s a non-trivial feat.
According to the company, it is the industry's first to incorporate the latest HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort Alt Mode 2.0 standards, integrating several components into a single chip.
Synaptics announced a definitive agreement to acquire the assets and manufacturing rights of wireless IoT business, Broadcom. The deal is work approximately $250 million all-cash.
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