Nengo is a suite of software tools that we develop and use to build large scale brain models. Nengo is our secret sauce, developed in the open and freely available to academic researchers and hobbyists.

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ABRain Board

Grab the first and only commercially available reprogrammable neuromorphic hardware.

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Adaptive control

We have developed a patented adaptive control method that guarantees improvement over standard PID control. Not only does this algorithm introduce robust self-tuning, it can be run efficiently on standard hardware, or next generation neuromorphic hardware.

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Neuromorphic applications

Target the latest, efficient, neuromorphic hardware with a specific application. We'll help you port it or build it from the ground up.

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Nengo backends

Are you developing an AI accelerator that you want to be easy to program? We've built a wide variety of backends for Nengo that instantly bring a whole software stack to novel hardware.

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Neuromorphic tools

Need a specialized software tool for your in-house development? Talk to us and we can build tools to meet your machine learning and AI needs. We have deep expertise in software development and artificial intelligence methods.

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Adaptive manipulators

We have implemented nonlinear adaptive control with a learning spiking neural network to control a 6-DOF Kinova Jaco2 robotic arm. Provably more effective than PID control, and running on neuromorphic hardware, we have demonstrated increased accuracy, speed, and orders of magnitude lower-power than using conventional hardware. This opens the door to efficient, adaptive, embedded robotic systems.

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Large-scale FPGAs

Building off the successful foundations and testing done with our commerically available ABRain Board, we are scaling up to a multi-FPGA neuromorphic system able to run millions of neurons in real time.

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Spaun is the the world's largest functional brain model. It can respond intelligently to questions, remember digits, gamble—all with only 2.5 million neurons.

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