Developing Ultra-Low Power Voice Control and Sensor Devices for Always-On IoT Applications
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an ever expanding market of connected devices, machines, cars and people. There is a huge demand for smaller devices with more performance, functionality, longer battery life, and cooler user interfaces. This has accelerated the need for a new breed of performance-efficient embedded processing solutions with the capability to run ‘always-on’ sensor and voice control software, add more features, while also extending battery life.
Attend this webinar to learn how:
- To leverage configurability features of a DSP-enhanced processor to address the performance, power and area efficiency demands of your IoT applications
- To leverage an integrated software development toolkit with C/C++ Compiler and optimized DSP Software Library to efficiently develop DSP algorithms and applications
- TrulyHandsfree™ power efficient Voice Control software delivers ultra-low power consumption for speech recognition and control applications
- The efficient response and low power consumption of the combined DesignWare ARC EM DSP processor and Sensory software solution give designers excellent performance with long battery life
Register for this webinar to understand why there is a need for a new type of embedded processor solution.
Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys, Inc.
Paul Garden is the product marketing manager for DesignWare ARC EM, 600 and 700 Processors at Synopsys. He brings 20 years of experience in the field of CPU processor IP and 8-, 16, and 32-bit microcontrollers. Prior to joining Synopsys, Paul held a variety of engineering and marketing positions at Avnet, Microchip, Renesas, and ARM, where he was product marketing manager for the ARM® Cortex™-M3 MCU core and the ARM926EJ-S™ application processor CPU. He holds a bachelor of engineering degree in electronic engineering from the University of Plymouth in the U.K.
Vice President of Business Development, Sensory, Inc.
Bernard Brafman is Vice President of Business Development for Sensory, Inc., responsible for strategic business partnerships. He received his MSEE from Stanford University and has since been involved in various well known high technology companies including programmable logic and ASIC ICs, and speech recognition. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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