CogniGron, is teaming up with SynSense, a neuromorphic engineering company, to drive innovation in energy-efficient sensory processors.
As part of this partnership, the Bio-inspired Circuits and Systems group, which is a part of CogniGron and led by Prof. Elisabetta Chicca, will explore SynSense's Speck™ for vision systems and Xylo™ for audio processing.
Professor Beatriz Noheda of CogniGron expresses their enthusiasm for pioneering energy-efficient neuromorphic applications, while Dr. Dylan Muir, VP for Global Research Operations at SynSense, underscores the significance of this collaboration.
Statement by Synsense
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