Sundance Multiprocessor Technology Ltd
We are developing a reference platform through associated guidelines so that image processing board manufacturers could develop a low-power high performance computing system with the expected performances. The solution proposed is a brand new kernel design, specifically designed for multicores and under constraints such as the small footprint.
Sundance is developing "Starter Kits" that will enable low-power development platforms with control, measurement and vision to ultimately control robots (part of EU-H2020 project www.tulipp.eu). We will use this technology ourselves in the EU-H2020 project - www.vinescout.eu - to produce a autonomous solution for vineyards.
We are looking for new Partner(s) that can help us with more vertical applications for this technology and a small and focused TETRAMAX projects would be ideal with either a bilateral proposal or a broader Value Chain Experiment.
Sundance was founded by Flemming Christensen in 1989 with the focus on design, manufacturing, and testing of electronics modules based on a leading-edge Multiprocessing technology that allowed infinitive scaling of processing power. The target market was MRI-Scanners. Our Modules are in the first MRI Scanner that was approved by the United States of America’s FDA. It has 18x 20MHz Inmos Floating-point T805 Transputers for doing the image manipulation in each system. Philips Medical eventual bought the technology and moved to an ‘in-house’ solution, but systems are still in service around the World. That is soon 30 years ago and we are still pushing the electronics technology into new markets.