NXP Semiconductors provides i.MX RT106L and i.MX RT106F EdgeReady cross processors. Solution-specific edge computing devices rely on the advanced implementation of the Arm Cortex-M7 processing core, which can support up to 600MHz operation. Each device has 1 MB of SRAM memory and a range of connection options (including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee and Thread). Processors can provide more and more next-generation functions required in IoT and smart industrial deployments.
The i.MX RT106L device enables developers to easily and economically add far-field voice control functions based on local commands to various IoT, smart retail and smart industry devices. The processor has all the key functional elements for automatic speech recognition (such as analog front-end softDSP, media player and streaming media, and automatic speech recognition engine for local commands and wake-up words). It is also combined with the SLN-LOCAL-IOT solution for local voice control, which is a fully integrated hardware and software platform that allows OEMs to quickly develop products that provide low-latency dedicated voice control.
NXP i.MX RT106F is optimized for real-time response facial recognition activities. The processor is licensed to run the extensive NXP OASIS runtime library for facial recognition, thereby providing developers with access to a range of useful functions (including camera drivers, face detection, etc.). In addition, the processor also serves as the basis for the SLN-VIZN-IOT solution for facial recognition. This independent software and hardware package provides a ready-to-use implementation, which speeds the time to market for facial recognition products.