Project information

Project name
876925 ANDANTE
Period
Jun 2020 - May 2023
Call
ECSEL-JU 2019
Total Partners
30
Member Partners
12
Website
No website
EU Funding
11,85 M Euro

Edge computing is creating new possibilities in Internet of Things (IoT) applications. To create the AI foundations for future products in the edge IoT domain, the EU-funded ANDANTE project aims to leverage innovative IC (integrated circuits) accelerators based on artificial and spiking neural networks in order to build strong hardware and software platforms for application developments. Moreover, the resulting IoT devices will combine extreme power efficiency with robust neuromorphic computing capabilities. By achieving efficient cross-fertilisation between major European foundries, chip desi...

Edge computing is creating new possibilities in Internet of Things (IoT) applications. To create the AI foundations for future products in the edge IoT domain, the EU-funded ANDANTE project aims to leverage innovative IC (integrated circuits) accelerators based on artificial and spiking neural networks in order to build strong hardware and software platforms for application developments. Moreover, the resulting IoT devices will combine extreme power efficiency with robust neuromorphic computing capabilities. By achieving efficient cross-fertilisation between major European foundries, chip designers, system houses, application companies and research partners, the project will build and expand the European ecosystem around the definition, development, production and application of neuromorphic ICs. The project’s work will promote innovative hardware and software deep-learning solutions for future IoT at the edge products that combine extreme power efficiency as well as robust and powerful cognitive computing capabilities.

Project leader

Name
Mario Diaz Nava
Organisation
STMicroelectronics Grenoble 2 SAS
Country
France