POLYN Technology

Investing in Innovation: Powering AI And IoT Devices With PolyN's True Parallel Neural Network Chips

About this Event

Polyn Technology designs application specific silicon chips that support Artificial Intelligence (AI) for smart sensors and the Internet of Things (IoT). Exponential growth of sensors is creating a huge unmet need for processing power that can’t be handled by current digital technology. PolyN has developed a true parallel neural network chip platform inspired by the most powerful and efficient processor known to man, the human brain. The company has chips for three major markets:

  • VibroSense for cost-effective predictive maintenance on a global scale in industrial IoT applications.
  • NeuroVoice for advanced audio signal processing for hearables
  • NeuroSense for wearables like smart watches and health trackers

Their analog chips based on the Neuromorphic Analog Signal Processor are small enough to be placed almost anywhere. They use a fraction of the power, operate at significantly higher speeds, and at costs lower than current solutions due to smaller size. PolyN is working with major global brands including Swatch, TDK, and Goodyear among others and currently has $10M in future sales contracts.

Watch the webinar with Polyn Chairman, Boris Maslov, and CFO, Martin Smith to hear why the combined size of their applicable markets exceeds $150B!  

Video On Demand

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February 21


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