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Coral is a complete toolkit to build products with local AI. Our on-device inferencing capabilities allow you to build products that are efficient, private, fast and offline.

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Keep user data private by performing all inferences locally. You decide when data is stored or transferred.

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Object detection

Draw a square around the location of various recognized objects in an image.

Pose estimation

Estimate the poses of people in an image by identifying various body joints.

Image segmentation

Identify various objects in an image and their location on a pixel-by-pixel basis.

Key phrase detection

Listen to audio samples and quickly recognize known words and phrases.

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Google Developer Blog

Doubling down on the edge with Coral's new accelerator

Moving into the fall, the Coral platform continues to grow with the release of the M.2 Accelerator with Dual Edge TPU. Its first application is in Google’s Series One room kits where it helps to remove interruptions and make the audio clearer for better video meetings.

New meeting kits from Google provide better audio using local AI

High-end conference room setups can be expensive and cumbersome for most businesses to deploy and maintain. Google’s new Series One meeting room kits use on-device AI to filter out unwanted noise while focusing audio pickup on individual participants.

LinuxGizmos

Nexcom launches four Linux-driven in-vehicle edge-AI PCs with Google’s Edge TPU

Nexcom announced two Coffee Lake and three Apollo Lake in-vehicle systems that ship with Google’s Coral Edge TPU mini-PCIe cards and 4x to 8x PoE ports. Google recently released an open source runtime for the Edge TPU.