Chirp has made its own development board specifically designed for audio on embedded systems. This board, combined with the Chirp Connect Arm SDK allows to send and receive data with sound.
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Audio Developers Meet Up- Using Chirp
Embedded Lead Engineer at Chirp. Damien completed 2 years of a Higher School Preparatory Class in mathematics before joining EPITA, a French engineering school in computing. He did the CERES specialisation (Computing Engineering for Real-time and Embedded Systems). As intern, Damien worked 4 months at the French customs administration. At Chirp, Damien's main focus is to adapt our technology to work on embedded systems, which are tiny systems with little memory and low CPU power.
Chief Technology Officer at Chirp. James's academic focus spans degrees in Acoustics and Sonic Art and doctoral research in Human-Computer Interfaces with Sound, and has since been involved in engineering and strategy at multiple startups. At Chirp he is responsible for managing the technology and development direction. He works with Chirp's external partners to integrate and promote the use of the technology in their products.