Use 10x Less Power for Always-Listening Voice-First

Finally – an intelligent voice wake-up solution that really listens for what’s important

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Process 100x Less Data For Vibration Monitoring

Develop smaller, lower-power predictive and preventative maintenance systems

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Analog Machine Learning for Always-on Edge Devices

Save battery power by eliminating the digitization and processing of irrelevant sensor data

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Reduction in power consumption

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Elimination of irrelevant data processing

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Less Data to Handle

How It Works

Discover how Aspinity's ultra-low power RAMP analog processing chip can dramatically reduce power requirements for your always-listening voice wake-up application.

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Voice

Always-listening voice wake-up with preroll support for battery-operated voice-first devices

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Audio Events

Glass break, alarm, and other acoustic event detection for IoT and security applications

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Vibration

Vibration monitoring for preventative and predictive maintenance

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Reduce the Data, Save the Battery
November 2020 In the News

Reduce the Data, Save the Battery

Aspinity CEO Tom Doyle explains how intelligently minimizing the amount of data running through an always-listening system preserves battery life. Read Tom's full article in EETimes Europe.

Tom Doyle to Discuss AnalogML™ at CONNECTIONS™ Conference
November 2020 Events

Tom Doyle to Discuss AnalogML™ at CONNECTIONS™ Conference

Aspinity CEO Tom Doyle will address how analog machine learning can help to dramatically extend battery life in always-on smart home devices.

Don't Listen to Everything You Hear
October 2020 Aspinity Blog

Don't Listen to Everything You Hear

Your ears hear everything, but your brain doesn't listen to it all because not all of it is relevant to the task at hand. That's the way our devices should work too.

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