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IEEE IDAACS 2023

Date, Type of contribution, Location:
09.09.2023,Talk,Dortmund (Germany) / hybrid
Title:

Weighted Pruning With Filter Search To Deploy DNN Models On Microcontrollers

Authors:

Rick Pandey, Sebastian Uziel, Tino Hutschenreuther, Silvia Krug

Event:
12 th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems
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Adaptive edge AI systems for industrial application

We are researching solutions for adaptive edge AI systems to make AI possible on low-consumption embedded systems in industry and to network them in real time.

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Development of embedded systems

We develop embedded systems for you as complete solutions consisting of sensors and actuators, signal processing and communications technology as well as open-loop and closed-loop controls.

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Embedded AI

The numerous existing AI algorithms and methods for high-performance computing are unsuitable for embedded systems. We are researching to optimise AI algorithms and methods so that they can be used on embedded systems.

Research field

Smart distributed measurement and test systems

Integrated sensor ICs are the heart of sensor and measurement systems like wireless sensors, stationary or handheld devices. We are researching solutions for ever more powerful sensors with more intrinsic intelligence and task allocation in the network.


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