Imagine waking up, and using a voice command to turn on your lights and start your coffeemaker. As you leave for work, you use your smartphone to lock the door and arm your security system. While you’re away, you can remotely monitor intrusions, answer your doorbell and unlock your front door, all from a cloud dashboard. At work, a smart thermostat collects data from remote temperature sensors throughout the building and controls the climate in each individual room, saving energy and optimizing the environment for each user. Outside the office walls, thousands of messages fly through the air, reporting grid data from electric meters, water meters, streetlights and more.
This isn’t a science fiction movie – it’s today’s reality. Homes, buildings and cities are becoming more and more connected, but connectivity is hard, and as more devices become “smart,” design complexity continues to increase. Connected devices must be scalable and secure enough to keep up with the changing landscape while maintaining low power and high feature integration for long product lifetimes and expanded application coverage.
TI’s mission is to make connectivity easy for designers and developers with the SimpleLink™ microcontroller (MCU) platform, the largest portfolio of Arm®-based MCUs with 100% code compatibility between devices. Here is what you need to know about the newest devices in the SimpleLink platform:
Figure 1: The devices of theSimpleLink MCU platform
Figure 2: Block diagram of SimpleLink CC1352R wireless MCU
I love the progress and flexibility for these new devices, I wanted to know if the SIMPLELINK-SDK-VOICE-DETECTION-PLUGIN is supported on CC13x2 and CC26x2 families?
Thanks for your question. The SIMPLELINK-VOICE-DETECTION-PLUGIN is not supported on the CC13x2 and CC26x2 device families today, but it is something that we're looking into adding support for.
Is there a specific application that you had in mind?
I have a customer who wants to use sound recognition capability to monitor faults by parsing faults noise and broadcast them via sub1ghz network to gateway.
I would like to be posted if you are planning to support that, I think due the CC13x2 integrated with Arm Cortex-M4F adding support for those family can be easy task .
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