Six-axis motion sensor features built-in AI processing unit
The ISM330IS six-axis motion sensor from STMicroelectronics combines an accelerometer and a gyroscope with a new processing unit to deliver real-time sensor data from a single small package.
The ISM330IS motion sensor from STMicroelectronics, which combines a three-axis digital accelerometer and a three-axis digital gyroscope, contains a new processing unit to provide real-time sensor data to the host application.
The ISM330IS system-in-package’s intelligent sensor processing unit (ISPU) is an ultra low-power, high-performance programmable core which can execute signal processing and artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms at the edge. The ISPU supports C programming, and is backed by an ecosystem of libraries and third-party tools and development environments. Its circuitry is optimized for the real-time execution of algorithms, providing a streamlined implementation of AI in wireless sensor nodes.
The ISM330IS has a full-scale acceleration range of ±2 g/±4 g/±8 g/±16 g. The angular rate range is between ±125 degrees/s and ±2,000 degrees/s.
The sensor provides a programmable interrupt function, and an on-chip sensor hub for the internal accelerometer and gyroscope and up to four external sensors.
The LGA package of the ISM330IS measures 2.5 mm x 3 mm x 0.83 mm.