Mini PCIe boards can be plugged into a developer’s existing system
Stephen LawAutomation / Robotics Electronics Semiconductors AI artificial intelligence boards chip PCIe semiconductor
BRAINCHIP AKD1000-powered Mini PCIe boards can be plugged into a developer’s existing system to unlock capabilities for a wide array of edge AI applications, including Smart City, Smart Health, Smart Home and Smart Transportation. Firm offers full PCIe design layout files and the bill of materials (BOM) to system integrators and developers to enable them to build their own boards and implement devices in volume as a stand-alone embedded accelerator or as a co-processor. Boards help usher in a new era of AI at the edge due to their performance, security, low power requirements, and the ability to perform AI training and learning on the device itself, without dependency on the cloud. The production-ready chips provide high-speed neuromorphic processing of sensor data at a low cost, high speed and very low power consumption.