Developer Toolbox Drives AI to Edge and Node Devices

Further enhancing its STM32 family of microcontrollers (MCUs), STMicroelectronics extends the STM32CubeMX ecosystem by adding advanced artificial intelligence (AI) features. AI uses trained artificial neural networks to classify data signals from motion and vibration sensors, environmental sensors, microphones and image sensors, more quickly and efficiently than conventional handcrafted signal processing.

 

According to the company, its latest neural-network developer toolbox is bringing AI to microcontroller-powered intelligent devices at the edge, on the nodes, and to deeply embedded devices across IoT, smart building, industrial, and medical applications. With STM32Cube.AI, developers can now convert pre-trained neural networks into C-code that calls functions in optimized libraries that can run on STM32 MCUs.

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The STM32Cube.AI toolbox comes with ready-to-use software function packs that include example code for human activity recognition and audio scene classification. These code examples are immediately usable with the ST SensorTile reference board and the ST BLE Sensor mobile app. Additional support such as engineering services is available for developers through qualified partners inside the ST Partner Program and the dedicated AI & Machine Learning (ML) STM32 online community.

 

For further information, checkout the X-CUBE-AI page and the X-CUBE-AI datasheet.

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