Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Innovation Using UltraFast Algorithms

Medical ultrasound is the most attractive among all diagnostic imaging systems due to its least-invasive nature and lack of any radiation. As medical ultrasound continues to grow in wider range of applications for its non-invasive nature and for its ability to see soft-tissue images, there is growing demand in supporting advanced imaging techniques in ultrasound beamformers, in multi-dimensiona... » read more

Building Multipurpose Systems With Dynamic Function Exchange

One of the most-common oversights that designers can make is to not fully use available system resources. Typically, design and optimization efforts are focused on performance and efficiency. Mission-critical and real-time tasks are allocated hardware-based resources to accelerate their execution. But when large portions of the architecture are underutilized – in other words, they remain idle... » read more

Solving Real World AI Productization Challenges With Adaptive Computing

The field of artificial intelligence (AI) moves swiftly, with the pace of innovation only accelerating. While the software industry has been successful in deploying AI in production, the hardware industry – including automotive, industrial, and smart retail – is still in its infancy in terms of AI productization. Major gaps still exist that hinder AI algorithm proof-of-concepts (PoC) from b... » read more

Adaptive Computing In Robotics

Traditional software development in robotics is about programming functionality in the CPU of a given robot with a pre-defined architecture and constraints. With adaptive computing, instead, building a robotic behavior is about programming an architecture. By leveraging adaptive computing, roboticists can adapt one or more of the properties of its computing systems (e.g., its determinism, power... » read more