Layer Processing Unit in ELEKTRONIKPRAXIS
In an excellently researched article, ELEKTRONIKPRAXIS magazine takes up the revolutionary LPU technology from EYYES. It enables AI-edge applications to be implemented with high performance, low energy consumption and heat dissipation as well as the exact real-time provision required for safety-relevant areas.
ELEKTRONIKPRAXIS also informs its readers about the so called “Realtime Interface 3.0”. The plug and play SOM with LPU technology far outshines common systems based on GPUs and TPUs.
For more information on the revolutionary LPU technology and the Realtime Interface 3, click here: Layer Processing Unit.
Click here for the article from ELEKTRONIKPRAXIS:
Layer Processing Unit: New Architecture for Edge AI Applications.
EYYES (formerly AVI Systems), headquartered in Gedersdorf near Krems, is a pioneer in the field of customized hardware and software developments of highly secure systems for traffic and industry. From simulation, prototype phase to serial production – the EYYES research and development team is the guarantor for flexible and perfect Safe Artificial Intelligence solutions. Founded in 2013, the company operates at three locations in Austria (Krems) and Germany (Aachen and Freital) with a total of more than 30 employees. For the intelligent, functionally safe sensor solutions for highly technical mobility and industrial solutions, EYYES cooperates with top international research institutes such as AIT, Software Competence Center Hagenberg and Fraunhofer Institute.
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