Sensors Midwest Gold Award Winner Launches Reality AI Starter Kit

  1. of Sensors Midwest Gold Award recipient Reality AI is launching a starter kit for its award winning Reality AI Tools. A major feature of the kit is the Bosch XDK development kit. Markus Lang, CEO of Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH, said “We are excited to cooperate with a company like Reality AI in bringing advanced artificial intelligence technology to the XDK platform. We expect this to be used in prototyping and small series projects in all domains up to industrial solutions.”

 

Users of Reality AI Tools can collect accelerometer and vibration data, detect anomalies, or create labeled classes, create detectors for specific events and conditions, test and validate your results, explore relationships between sample rate, detection window, computational complexity, and detection accuracy, determine hardware requirements for embedded AI solutions, and prove feasibility at low cost before investing in further hardware and software development. The Starter Kit includes:

  • A set of Bosch XDK sensor modules, configured for use with Reality AI Tools
  • SD Card with Reality AI Starter Kit software for XDK
  • USB SD card reader
  • First 2-months Starter Kit subscription to Reality AI Tools for advanced, AI-driven signal analytics.

 

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For more details, contact Reality Analytics Inc., New York, NY. 347-363-2200

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