Game On: Pro Sports Go High-tech with AI, Vision Solutions Artificial intelligence is becoming a critical part of many industries from healthcare to manufacturing, and now it’s tackling sports organizations. The NFL, NBA, and MLB all are using AI and computer vision technology to improve their games.
IoT Data Fuels Efficient Public Transportation in Brussels Executives at Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company haven’t always given data the respect it deserves. When Rob Roemers took over as Head of Data and Analytics, his goal was to open their eyes and change their minds. Roemers defined quick-win business use cases that proved IoT data and analytics saved the organization money and made riders happy. Slowly but surely, the culture is changing as more people realize the power of data.
New Podcast: Data, Data Everywhere: Putting It to Work Many companies like to talk about how they moved to data-driven operations. Putting data to work, however, requires a solid understanding of how to use massive amounts of sensor-collected data to solve real problems and make adjustments, sometimes in real time. To better understand what’s happening with IoT, AI, and data analytics, we talked with a data science expert from Intel® who also holds the distinction of being the company’s only Kaggle Grandmaster.
Vision Solutions with AI Help Retailers Monitor Customer Dwell Time, Buying Trends Retailers benefit from learning how shoppers navigate their stores. An uptick in e-commerce has provided online stores with a plethora of easily captured data analytics, but brick-and-mortar stores can turn to these solutions to gain competitive insights about their customers and their business operations.
A Percentage Game: How AI, Image Recognition, and Motion Tracking Are Changing Tennis Developments by IBM, Intel, SAP, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), and the Women’s Tennis Association have increased the accessibility of statistics and information surrounding tennis matches and are leading to changes in tennis’ ruleset, spectator experience, and high-level strategy.
Los Angeles Dodgers Shift to Analytics and Hit a Grand Slam After adding analytics and compute power into its lineup, the Los Angeles Dodgers took home baseball’s biggest prize. The team wants a repeat performance in 2021, and IT is perfecting its skills in real-time decision making, video analytics, and fan experience. Having advanced analytics powered by Cisco and Intel® technology helps the front office, operations, players, and fans experience all the highs of a winning season.
IoT Aids in Patient Safety and Infection Control In the continued effort to reduce the spread of infection, hospitals use IoT technologies to help track and monitor variables that impact the sustainability of virus particles, bacterial growth, and sterilization.
Automation Testing Tools and Wearables Gear Up to Tackle Coronavirus Unknowns Data scientists and researchers are turning to robots, wearables, and data analytics to join the fight against COVID-19. Robots are helping to speed up test results, and sensor rings, watches, and wristbands are providing clues for early detection.
Smart Farmers Plant Smart Sensors to Improve Farm Management With a market projection to reach $20.9 billion by 2024, Intel IoT partners are bringing together sensors, security, and IoT platforms to help farmers meet their production goals.
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