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  • Facial Recognition Cuts Checkpoint Congestion

    Facial Recognition Cuts Checkpoint Congestion

    Edge-based facial recognition systems let approved individuals rapidly pass through security gates, reducing congestion and enabling staff to focus on screening visitors and increasing safety.

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  • Accelerate AI and Vision Designs in Edge Compute

    Accelerate AI and Vision Designs in Edge Compute

    Deep learning (or AI) can be a boon to IoT edge systems that collect massive amounts of data. But to be truly efficient, the software and hardware must be optimized with the application.

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  • The Journey from Prototype to Production for AI at the Edge

    The Journey from Prototype to Production for AI at the Edge

    Various challenges exist in products that solve real-world problems utilizing the power of AI and IoT. To unlock the full potential of AI at the edge, Intel® launched the AI: In Production ecosystem.

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  • Software Simplicity: The Solution to Vision at the Edge

    Software Simplicity: The Solution to Vision at the Edge

    Deploying vision capabilities on edge platforms requires difficult tradeoffs. Intel is working with the industry to solve the puzzle of hardware diversity for deep learning-based vision at the edge.

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  • Efficient Security Cuts the Cord for Battery-Powered IoT

    Efficient Security Cuts the Cord for Battery-Powered IoT

    Battery power enables mobility and flexibility for Industrial IoT, but security overhead keeps many systems on fixed power sources. Learn how trusted platform technologies let IIoT devices break free.

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  • 9 Things to See at embedded world 2019

    9 Things to See at embedded world 2019

    If you want to see the latest and greatest in IoT, embedded world is the place to be.

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  • A Rapid Road to GDPR Readiness in Retail

    A Rapid Road to GDPR Readiness in Retail

    A GDPR objective was for individuals to control their personal data, but many companies are unsure of how to support these rights. Automating the process makes this easier.

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  • Predictions for 2019 and Beyond: The Internet of Things (CS TEST)

    Predictions for 2019 and Beyond: The Internet of Things (CS TEST)

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  • How Visionary Robots Boost Warehouse Efficiency

    How Visionary Robots Boost Warehouse Efficiency

    To improve efficiency, warehouse and distribution center operators are upgrading to smarter warehouse management systems based on machine vision systems and automated robotic technologies.

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  • Case Study: IoT Helps Heart Patients Track Vitals

    Case Study: IoT Helps Heart Patients Track Vitals

    Advances in IoT combined with the Intel® Health Application Platform help developers build innovative healthcare solutions. For example, remote self-monitoring can improve heart patient outcomes.

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  • Malls Take a Page from eCommerce with AI and Analytics

    Malls Take a Page from eCommerce with AI and Analytics

    People still love to shop, and retail is on the rise. Innovative digital signage technologies like AI and analytics provide new opportunities for retail owners and great experiences for customers.

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  • Establishing a Software-Defined IoT Business Model

    Establishing a Software-Defined IoT Business Model

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  • Quick, Intelligent Security Built for the Extremes

    Quick, Intelligent Security Built for the Extremes

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  • How Machine Vision Puts the Focus on Quality Control

    How Machine Vision Puts the Focus on Quality Control

    Machine vision can dramatically improve quality control. By augmenting human inspection with automated processes, manufacturers reduce costs, streamline operations, and produce better products.

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  • Embedded Virtualization Powers Mixed-Criticality IoT Systems

    Embedded Virtualization Powers Mixed-Criticality IoT Systems

    Industrial IoT systems now run mixed-criticality IT and OT workloads on the same hardware. Embedded virtualization and multicore processors allow safety- and non-safety-critical apps to coexist.

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  • Boost Data Plane Performance With Enhanced Platform Awareness

    Boost Data Plane Performance With Enhanced Platform Awareness

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  • Predictions for 2019 and Beyond: The Internet of Things

    Predictions for 2019 and Beyond: The Internet of Things

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  • Putting the Brakes on Traffic Violations with AI

    Putting the Brakes on Traffic Violations with AI

    In overcrowded cities, effective traffic management is essential for citizen safety and quality of life. Computer vision, AI, and machine learning enable the adaptable systems that cities require.

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  • SD-WAN and uCPE: Introduction

    SD-WAN and uCPE: Introduction

    As enterprise WANs expand, they often need multiple carrier networks. Universal customer premises equipment can make network handoffs easier—and deliver leaps in flexibility, performance, and cost.

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  • Big Data, Edge Computing, and the Future of Manufacturing

    Big Data, Edge Computing, and the Future of Manufacturing

    “Edge computing” is something of a misnomer. For manufacturers, the real goal is an edge-to-cloud compute continuum. This flexible approach allows workloads to move wherever they are needed.

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