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Degree Fair @ KTH Kista

Degree Fair @ KTH Kista

The 2019 Degree Project Fair (Exjobbsmässa) at KTH Kista will take place on Wednesday October 9, 11.30-15.00 in Electrum Atrium (glasgatan). Read more at: https://www.kth.se/blogs/degreeprojectfair/

FPGA Forum (13-14 feb)

FPGA Forum (13-14 feb)

FPGA forum is a yearly event for the FPGA community in Scandinavia. Synective are, as always, traveling to Trondheim to join the conversation. We are giving a talk about Deep Learning on small FPGAs. Swing by if you are in the vicinity on the 13:th to 14:th February.

Self-Learning BRIO Labyrinth Game

Self-Learning BRIO Labyrinth Game

Jacob, our master thesis student from KTH, is now in full swing with his project that involves getting an oldschool BRIO Labyrinth game (equipped with two stepper motors) to learn to play by itself. To achieve this, he uses image processing, Kalman filtering and a...

Deep Learning on FPGA

Deep Learning on FPGA

Synective has developed a demo system to showcase the power of embedded FPGA Deep Learning. It was able to classify hand-written digits using nothing but a tiny, low-end FPGA and a camera.

Finger Recognition on Raspberry Pi

Finger Recognition on Raspberry Pi

Synective has designed a CNN that is optimized with respect to memory footprint and inference speed. The network is implemented and runs on the ARM processor of the Raspberry Pi.

ECS 2019

ECS 2019

The Embedded Conference Scandinavia (ECS) will take place the 6:th and 7:th of November at Kistamässan. Synective Labs will, as always, attend. Be there, or be an equilateral rectangle!

CAN in Space

CAN in Space

Join Synective at the "CAN in Space" workshop in Gothenburg the 14:th to 16:th of June. We will be there in cooperation with Kvaser.

FPGA Forum Recap

FPGA Forum Recap

This year FPGA forum was all about Deep Learning - everybody wants to do it, but few know how. We held our classic presentation about Deep Learning on power efficient FPGAs.

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