At EmbeddedWorld 2019, where Cartesiam is present on the STMicroelectronics stand, Cartesiam announces that it has joined STMicroelectronics’ partner program, making its NanoEdge artificial intelligence solution available to a wider range of developers worldwide.
Cartesiam’s patented technology, NanoEdge™ AI, is a library that uses artificial intelligence to create data models directly inside the microcontroller from data or signals acquired by sensors such as motion and vibration detectors, environmental sensors, microphones and image sensors, and allows integrated detection and autonomously created knowledge.
NanoEdge AI ™ works autonomously in all STM32 microcontrollers for both learning and analysis. This allows the full power machine learning to be expressed directly where the data is created without the need for predefined neural network models generated in the cloud with deep learning frames.
Edge refers to an IT infrastructure “close” to the data sources.
The NanoEdge AI runs exactly where the data is created and defines the new Edge boundary. Thanks to NanoEdge AI, product designers can now easily integrate machine learning (learning and analysis) functions into their C code, optimized for the STM32 microcontroller family.
At EmbeddedWorld 2019, where Cartesiam is present on the STMicroelectronics stand, Cartesiam announces that it has joined the STMicroelectronics partner program, making its NanoEdge AI solution available to more developers worldwide.
STMicroelectronics, a world leader in semiconductors, has created the “ST Partner Program” to accelerate customer development efforts by identifying and highlighting companies offering complementary products and services. In addition, the program’s certification process ensures that all partners are analyzed for quality and competence.
Founded in 2016, Cartesiam, based in France (Toulon / Paris) and in the United States (NY), is a software company with extensive experience in mathematics, artificial intelligence and signal processing, specializing in artificial intelligence embedded in microcontrollers.
Cartesiam takes up the challenge of developing artificial intelligence specifically for small form factor processors such as microcontrollers.