Improving Sensor Fusion Output Efficiency with Arm Helium Technology

As the IoT industry continues to grow and more devices become connected, the amount of data being collected and analyzed grows with it. Smart phones, robot vacuums, wearables, drones, video game controllers, and even automobiles use sensors to give them context in the world they operate. These applications in particular revolve around moving components. And … Continued

Hillcrest Labs MotionEngine Air – Product Brief

As technology enables us to interact and connect with one another, isn’t it time that our interfaces evolved as well? Combined with your choice of inertial sensor, Hillcrest Labs MotionEngine Air software adds precise motion-based pointing, 3D motion tracking, and gesture controls to existing interfaces. These features open up new avenues of intuitive convenience to … Continued

Arm Cortex-M7 Processor in Sensor Fusion

Introduction – Making Sense of the Sensors Everywhere Around Us Embedding sensor technology into products has been a very strong trend in recent years. From smartphones, fitness bands, gaming controllers, smartwatches, head-mounted displays the list of consumer devices with sensors is rapidly expanding. Traditionally we have seen sensors used to track location and movement (e.g. … Continued

Hillcrest Labs MotionEngine – Product Brief

The versatile and broad reaching MotionEngine software system is the product of over 15 years of research and development by Hillcrest Labs. Our deep understanding of sensors is at the core of why MotionEngine delivers best-inclass performance when used with consumer grade sensors. This is achieved through innovations like dynamic sensor calibration, high accuracy 6-axis … Continued

CEVA ToolBox Software Development

The CEVA-Toolbox™ provides a software development framework for CEVA DSP cores, and includes a complete set of development, debug, and optimization tools for each of CEVA’s DSP product families. All of these tools support the customer through the entire embedded application development flow…

Linley Microprocessor Report: Ceva and Synopsys Spin More TOPS

IP Vendors Roll Out Multicore Deep-Learning Accelerators By Mike Demler (October 7, 2019) The rapid adoption of machine learning is driving IP vendors to compete by scaling up performance in each new generation of licensable deep-learning accelerators (DLAs). Last year, DLAs integrating up to 4,096 multiply-accumulate (MAC) units per core set the standard for licensable … Continued