Crossover processors enable command-based voice control
The i.MX RT106L and i.MX RT106F crossover processors from NXP Semiconductors are in stock at distributor Mouser Electronics.
The solution-specific EdgeReady devices feature an advanced implementation of an Arm Cortex-M7 core operating at up to 600MHz for exceptional local command voice applications and real-time response for facial recognition, respectively, in a range of Internet of Things (IoT) and smart industrial designs.
The i.MX RT106L crossover processor enables developers to easily and affordably add far-field, local command-based voice control capabilities to a range of IoT, smart retail, and smart industry devices.
It features NXP's turnkey set of solutions for automatic speech recognition, including an analogue front end DSP, media player and streamer, and an automatic speech recognition engine for local commands and wake words.
The processor is integrated into the SLN-LOCAL-IOT Solution for Local Voice Control, a fully integrated hardware and software solution that allows OEMs to rapidly develop products that feature low-latency private voice control.
The NXP i.MX RT106F crossover processor specifically targets facial recognition applications.
The processor is licensed to operate the comprehensive NXP OASIS run-time library for facial recognition, providing developers with access to a suite of features, including camera drivers, face detection, confidence measuring, and many other essential tools.
Additionally, the i.MX RT106F processor provides the core for the SLN-VIZN-IOT Solution for Face Recognition. The self-contained, software and hardware platform enables out-of-the-box implementation, drastically reducing time to market for facial recognition devices.