AI Starter Kit Relies On Accelerometry And Vibration Sensors

Reality AI’s Starter Kit enables engineers working on projects ranging from wearables for people to predictive maintenance solutions for machines to collect data quickly and exploit that data using artificial intelligence.  The result is a much faster path from conception to prototype and to final hardware/software design. Based on the XDK by Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions, a programmable sensor device and prototyping platform, the Reality AI Starter Kit allows users to collect accelerometry and vibration data using the sensor built into the XDK.   Special firmware for the XDK developed by Reality AI will allow for data to be collected, labeled and automatically transferred to Reality AI Tools software for further analysis by Reality AI’s algorithms. 

 

As users move forward with their hardware design, they can use Reality AI Tools to explore requirements for sample rate, memory and processing cycles before committing to any one hardware design.  They can also use Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions offerings for series engineering and mass production to turn the prototype into a hardware specification. For more details, contact Reality AI.

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