There were clear signs of faster IoT adoption at Embedded World 2018, which indicate the market has reached an inflection point in the past 12 months.
Limited storage and bandwidth means most IoT data cannot be retained. Streaming analytics enables capture o...
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Cisco Live is one of the best places to learn about the latest in IoT. And now it’s virtual so you can attend from anywhere in the world.
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What if there were a shortcut to the smart factory? Read how a new approach helps industrial organizations develop, deploy, and test applications on preconfigured solutions.
Defect detection requires multiple types of computer vision with different compute requirements. That’s why a platform with flexible combinations of CPUs, GPUs, and AI accelerators is so valuable.
How can manufacturers upgrade to the latest industrial PCs with the least impact on daily operations? Three software options lead the way. Read on to find out how.
What’s holding back the smart factory? A lack of AI-ready infrastructure. Here’s how an enterprise AI platform solves the problem by uniting everything from machine sensors to ERP systems.
How can manufactures achieve their vision of lights-out manufacturing? To start, capabilities must defined by software rather than hardware. Read how one company is making this a possibility.
How adaptable are AI and computer vision frameworks? Quite a bit, actually. Read how one company applied its city and traffic safety technologies to help make factories more safe and secure.
ROS is a great open source tool for building mobile robots. But it has its limitations. Read how a developer kit can cut programming time in half while offering vendor warranty and support.
Can manufacturers really get computer vision applications up and running with limited time and AI development expertise? Read how an AI-ready development kit provides the platform to do just that.
Workload consolidation in smart factories is not a luxury but a necessity. Yet even building a prototype application is costly and time-consuming. Read how an IIoT development kit gets you 90% there.
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