Early bird offer for Speck™ Demo Kit sold out! Explore SynSense’s range of neuromorphic kits and open-source tools
SynSense recently announced the release of the Speck™ Demo Kit. This kit facilitates rapid validation of neuromorphic vision applications, and is designed for early adopters and developers to explore the potential of neuromorphic technology. Since the announcement, the Speck™ Demo Kit has generated significant attention and received numerous inquiries.
During the initial launch, SynSense offered an exclusive early-bird offer for pre-orders of the Speck™ Demo Kit. This early bird offer has now sold out, reflecting the enormous community support and interest. SynSense greatly appreciates the intense interest, and remains committed to providing the standard version of the Speck™ Demo Kit, as well as the Speck™ Development Kit and relevant open-source software development packages for validation, learning, development, and exploration of the diverse possibilities of neuromorphic intelligence.
The Speck™ Demo Kit supports application deployment and validation only, and is not suited for application development or algorithmic research. If you wish to develop new SNN applications, please see our Speck™ Development Kit.
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Speck™ Demo Kit
- Deploy pre-built dynamic vision applications for validation
- Create system-level application prototypes
- Convenient MCU on-board for system-level programming and interfacing
- Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) interface
- UART interface, available for alternative wireless module
Speck™ Development Kit
- Research and develop dynamic vision application and SNN algorithm based on Speck™ device
- Deploy SNN models on-chip and measure their performance
- Full internal analysis of SNN applications
- Record live DVS datasets
- Real-time power monitor
SynSense is a world-leading neuromorphic engineering company. SynSense provides custom-tailored, ultra-low-power silicon design solutions for industrial and consumer machine-learning inference applications. As a “full-stack” neuromorphic engineering company, SynSense delivers complete solutions, including custom IP, hardware, and software configurations to meet specific application needs. SynSense was founded in March 2017 in Zürich Switzerland, based on ground-breaking advances in neuromorphic computing hardware developed at the Institute of Neuroinformatics of the University of Zurich and the ETH Zurich.