New project: PRYSTINE
- Monday, 22 January 2018
Rene van Leuken, together with his team (Sumeet Kumar, Amir Zjajo), and Said Hamdioui at CE acquired part of a new EU project "PRYSTINE". The aim is to design programmable compute hardware for automatic driving functions, across two application targets: data fusion for robust perception; and acceleration of AI frameworks for decision making. The emphasis is on low-power compute platforms.
While the overall budget of the project is 50 ME and spans over 60 partners, Delft will sign up for 1.8 ME.More ...
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