Cartesiam, publisher of artificial intelligence (AI) software for embedded systems announces a new version of its NanoEdge AI Studio solution optimized for STMicroelectronics’ STM32 development cards. .
Cartesiam’s NanoEdge AI Studio development environment removes traditional AI barriers and has been designed for companies that do not have specialized machine learning resources. With this new version, any on-board developer can create powerful artificial intelligence solutions for STM32 . Among the enhancements, this version allows real-time data recording in NanoEdge AI Studio directly from the series/USB port of the STM32 and an improved version of Cartesiam’s automatic data quality and compliance verification tool.
Developed by Cartesiam, the intuitive NanoEdge AI Studio software tool allows system designers to use low-consumption microcontrollers built around an Arm processor to directly integrate machine learning algorithms into a wide range of applications, such as connected objects, appliances and industrial machines, in a fast, simple and inexpensive way. The software allows the learning “on the device” of a nominal behavior and is able to detect any deviation from this behavior, even in a complex and subject to interference environment.
With this new version, developers can directly select ST’s Nucleo-F401RE or Nucleo-L432KC development cards as a hardware platform.
The choice of these maps allows, in the Studio, to unlock the last step of the process and to download a personalized library of machine learning algorithms, ready to be executed on the selected hardware platform.
Miguel Castro, head of artificial intelligence solutions at STMicro electronics, said: “Developers who use ST microcontrollers can benefit from the performance offered by Cartesiam’s solutions in a map ecosystem and development environment they already use. NanoEdge AI Studio complements our AI offering by adding a simple library-generating function of machine learning algorithms to STM32Cube.AI, our development environment for neural networks. ST’s development maps are ideal platforms to develop the next generation of smart products using low-energy, low-cost microcontrollers.”
Joel Rubino, CEO of Cartesiam, added: “Since its launch in February, NanoEdge AI Studio has been used by companies of all sizes and on all continents to develop predictive maintenance, fraud detection and intelligent security solutions. This new version of NanoEdge AI Studio custom-designed for specific STM32 development maps will provide a strong hardware and software mix that our customers can rely on to develop and test new associated devices, as well as integrated subsystems designed for predictive maintenance tasks.”
The NanoEdge AI Studio solution is available for download on the cartesiam.ai/st-developpement-boardwebsite. The generated libraries can be evaluated free of charge on ST’s Nucleo-F401RE or Nucleo-L432KC development cards.