Sensor Platform Manages Voice-Enabled Sports Earphone

GGEC, an engineering development and project management company, has selected QuickLogic's EOS S3 Sensor Processing Platform for its voice-enabled Bluetooth sport earphone. GGEC chose the EOS S3 platform for its voice recognition capabilities, ultra-low power consumption, and quality of technical support.

 

The sport earphone is designed to work with the Tencent DingDang cloud service, which is an artificial intelligence (AI) assistant with Full Stack Technologies. It is also designed to support similar services from Douban and AVlight. GGEC design engineers leveraged the capabilities of the EOS S3, their own previous experience with the platform, and QuickLogic's software and IP support to deliver their product with only three months of development time.

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Excited about QuickLogic's EOS S3 Sensor Processing SoC and design tools? Additional information, is available. The AIEP-1 Sport Earphone will be available in March from GGEC.

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