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Bragi pushes software and services angle for its hearable hardware

Having begun life as a wireless headphone company, Bragi moved into sensor-filled versions of the devices – creating hearables that can use machine-learning algorithms to gain a contextual understanding of the world around them. That awareness is key to functioning correctly, but now Bragi wants to take that expertise further – and use the code it has created as a platform for other IoT devices. Riot spoke to EVP Darko Dragicevic to discuss the news that Bragi had joined STMicroelectronics’ Partner Program, just a few months after announcing a new business strategy at MWC – a focus on software and services, building on its end-device experience. Dragicevic said that the Dash was always considered as something of a development platform…

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