Creonic joins partnership with leading research institutes and industry partners to expand the development of Artificial Intelligence
Kaiserslautern, Germany, June 30, 2020 – Together with the University of Bremen, Intel, Nokia, Motius, DFKI, the University of Stuttgart, and the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Creonic is conducting research into radio communications with artificial intelligence. The project is called FunKI and funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the three years.
The goal of FunKI is the development and testing of adaptable machine-learning algorithms in communications systems, which efficiently and sustainably use existing resources and are based on the 5G system specifications. The project includes the design of the algorithms as well as the concrete feasibility/implementation as hardware. Creonic will contribute its know-how in hardware development of application specific microchip design with a focus on the development of a demonstration platform for research in FunKI. Creonic plans to further develop the designed circuits and software to extend its product portfolio in the area of IP cores.
Learn more about the FunKI Research Project