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BRAINS FOR BOTS SDK

The Neurala Brains for Bots SDK includes everything a developer needs to create applications that can learn, recognize, find, and track objects in real-time without requiring Internet access.

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THE BRAIN BUILDER

Customize a Neurala Brain to recognize the objects that are important to you. Our fast deep learning algorithms build a custom neural network tuned to your use case.

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Brain Net

Neurala Brain Net works with your Neurala Brain to automatically find and recognize objects of interest from images and videos.

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SELFIE DRONIE

Try the Neurala Brain by using the Selfie Dronie iOS and Android apps for the Parrot Bebop and DJI Phantom drones.  Our intelligent software does all the flying for you. Simply move the onscreen box to select the subject of your video.

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ROBOSCOPE

Try the deep learning Neurala Brain with the Parrot Jumping MiniDrone. Neurala’s Roboscope app for iOS lets you launch your robot to attack the aliens and superheroes in your life. Which side are you on?

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Selfie Dronie Feature list

FLIGHT FEATURES

NEURALA INTELLIGENCE FEATURES

AUTOMATIC FEATURES

VIDEO AND SHARING FEATURES

SAFETY FEATURES

WARNINGS

DISPLAY

ALWAYS AVAILABLE HELP SYSTEM

MULTI-LINGUAL CONTROLS AND USER CONTROLS

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  • “Can be trained by the user to recognize new types of objects in a matter of seconds”
    Xconomy
  • “Neurala’s real value-proposition is its ability to execute machine learning frameworks, locally, with limited resources.”
    TechCrunch
  • “Able to function without having to rely on the internet or communicate personal information to a third party”
    ZDnet
  • “Neurala is hardware agnostic, capable of scaling from low-end CPUs to high-end GPUs.”
    TechCrunch
  • “Neurala’s ‘Anywhere Brain’ means that devices can learn on the job”
    DroneLife
  • “useful for mobile applications such as autonomous vehicles that may not always have access to fast networks.”
    Machine Design