Arduino RP2040 connect X Edge Impulse = possible?

Hello,
I use a lot the arduino 33 ble sense with Edge Impulse, however the lack of wifi makes it quite difficult to export the data somewhere else…

Do any of you have experience with the Arduino RP2040 Connect ? is it compatible with edge impulse scripts and libraries? How do achieve it?

Thanks,
Marc

Hi @fleurda,

Yes some users have been using the RP2040 with Edge Impulse, see this tutorial: https://www.arducam.com/docs/pico/arducam-pico4mltinymldevkit/how-to-use-edge-impulse-to-train-machine-learning-models-for-raspberry-pico/

As it’s not an officially supported board, you can use the data forwarder to acquire data from the board.

Aurelien

Thanks! However i was more refering to the arduino connect 2040 device (arduino language), not the raspberry pico (micropython langage), and more the prediction part, not training.

I haven’t tried it myself but the libraries should work for the Arduino 2040, see: https://www.survivingwithandroid.com/arduino-rp2040-sound-classification-machine-learning/#h-running-the-machine-learning-model-on-the-arduino-rp2040
There is an example sketch to run the inference.

Aurelien

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Hi, after some testing it appears that most of the time the two devices can be flashed with the same firmware and behave similarly.

Some particular libraries are not compatible, or may trigger some warnings.