QuickLogic Releases New Chilkat EOS S3AI HDK for Fast AI Endpoint Development

August 27, 2019 Laura Dolan

QuickLogic Corporation launched its Chilkat EOS™ S3AI Hardware Development Kit (HDK) to accelerate the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) applications.

The Chilkat HDK features time-series sensors such as accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, ambient light, barometer, temperature, and gas, in addition to digital microphone (PDM).

The HDK connects to the SensiML™ Data Analytics Toolkit (including a free 90-day evaluation period) which employs machine learning technology so sensor data collection can easily move all the way through automatic feature extraction and classifier development.

The SensiML Toolkit programs the AI model binary file into the EOS S3AI gadget on the Chilkat HDK, which is updated via the onboard UART connection to generate demos and prototypes sans extra time or resources.

“The new Chilkat EOS S3AI Hardware Development Kit supports quick and easy AI development for a variety of consumer and wearable endpoint IoT applications,” said QuickLogic’s director of product management, Sam Massih. “Its many onboard sensors allow for an excellent starting point for new use-case development. Transparent integration of the EOS S3AI SoC with the SensiML Analytics Toolkit makes the Chilkat HDK ideal for developing sophisticated, ultra-low power AI-based products without large teams of data scientists and hardware and software engineers.”

The Chilkat EOS S3AI HDK (QAI-CHILLKATKIT-AA-1.0), EOS S3AI SoC (EOSAI-S-PDN64 or EOSAI-S-WRN42) and the SensiML Analytics Toolkit are all available at https://www.quicklogic.com/products/chilkat-hdk/.

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