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Infineon snaps up Imagimob

by on17 May 2023

Wants end-to-end machine learning toolchain tech

Infineon has acquired Imagimob, a start-up based in Stockholm specialising in machine learning for edge devices. 

Imagimob provides an end-to-end machine learning toolchain for production-grade ML-models. Apparently, it is spiffing for audio event detection, voice control, predictive maintenance, gesture recognition, signal classification, and material detection.

Infineon's Connected Secure Systems president Thomas Rosteck said that artificial intelligence and machine learning are about to largely enter every embedded application and thus enable new functionalities.

"With Imagimob’s outstanding platform and its expertise in developing robust machine learning solutions for edge devices, we further strengthen our ability to enable new levels of control and energy efficiency on our products while preserving privacy. We enable our customers to leverage the advantages from AI/ML and bring their products to market quickly by building on our advanced sensors and IoT solutions portfolio,” he said.


Last modified on 17 May 2023
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