STMicroelectronics recently fused machine-learning technology in its highly advanced motion sensors. These new sensors will play a key role in changing the face of activity tracking in wearables and mobiles. Users and developers can now bid adieu to concerns like shorter battery life or low performance of devices due to motion sensors.
The Vice-President of MEMS and Sensors Group at STMicroelectronics, Andrea Onetti, adds, “Machine learning is already used for fast and efficient pattern recognition in social media, financial modelling, or autonomous driving. The LSM6DSOX motion sensor integrates machine-learning capabilities to enhance activity tracking in smartphones and wearables.”
Why Should You Consider It?
Because all equipment loaded with LSM6DSOX promise to deliver a very responsive, convenient, and an “always-on” user experience without compromising the battery runtime. The internal memory of this sensor is way ahead of its traditional counterparts. It has also been blessed with a state-of-the-art I3C digital interface that works efficiently at higher speeds permitting much longer periods between various sessions with main controller and much shorter connection timing for extra energy savings.
The LSM6DSOX features a 3D MEMS gyroscope and a 3D MEMS accelerometer. Apart from the regular ones, it can also track complicated movements via machine learning core at a very low power consumption and battery load. The machine learning core works in team with integrated finite-state machine logic of sensor that takes care of complete movement pattern identification as well as vibration detection.
Developers forming activity-tracking entities with LSM6DOX can easily teach the core for classification based on decision tree with the help of Weka. It will help in generation of limits and settings from sample data like magnetic angle, speed, and acceleration that characterize the kind of movements that need to be detected.
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