Five Critical Questions to Ask When Buying or Building AI Solutions Buy or build? Where's the data coming from? Potential customers of AI and machine learning applications must first do their due diligence by asking the right questions.
New Podcast: What’s Ahead for IoT in 2022? The end of the year signals the time for looking back to better predict what transformational technologies will have the biggest impact in the new year. To learn what’s happening with the big three: IoT, AI, and edge computing, we talked with an expert in IoT solution design and partnerships, Intel’s Mike Trojecki. Find out what he says will be in the IoT hot zone in 2022.
Use of AI Soars in Aerospace Industry Airliners on autopilot are nothing new, but Airbus is tackling pilot stress with chatbots in the cockpit. Through the use of new technologies, Airbus is transforming the cockpit and upending traditional aviation. These integrated technologies enable flights to be more efficient, autonomous, and sustainable.
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Poland's Largest Steel Maker Uses AI, Vision to Keep Distribution on Track ArcelorMittal Poland converted its rail car monitoring system to foster greater accuracy and productivity. Its hybrid solution combines computer vision, deep learning, and near-real-time processing and identifies rail cars throughout a factory with just two cameras per checkpoint, while its weighing system uses the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit to rapidly match the cargo weight to an image of the car for efficient tracking.
Smart Grow-Bots Put to Work on the Farm, Increasing Yield Artificial intelligence and machine learning enable autonomous robots to grow, analyze, and harvest produce in greenhouse environments. Robots reduce labor costs, increase crop yield, and improve sustainability.
IoT Lends a Hand in the Beauty Industry Manicures are time consuming and expensive, so companies are turning to IoT to streamline the beauty treatment. New robots use machine vision and artificial intelligence to produce a simple manicure that is fast, inexpensive, and doesn’t require human interaction.
Tapping into IoT for Better Beer Production and Inventory Control A legacy company taps cutting edge technologies to improve product quality, boost production efficiency, and foster brand loyalty. Artificial intelligence and machine learning allow producers to mine data for operational insights, fine-tune processes in real time, and tailor promotions for their customers.
New Podcast: SMBs Turn to IoT, Smart Systems to Survive Pandemic California businesses are dealing with many adverse conditions this year, including severe drought affecting agriculture operations and ongoing COVID-19 workforce disruptions. Fortunately, IoT can help with those challenges, with automation tools that can maintain ideal growing conditions and thermal solutions that can monitor workforce well-being. In our podcast, our editors sat down with solution integrator Luis Alvarez, who describes how IoT is hard at work in the Golden State.
Self-Serve Salad Bars Tossed Aside for Salad-Making Robots Although the days of self-serve salad bars and buffets may be gone, the pandemic opened new doors for food preparation technology. Among the devices developed to meet new safety standards are robots that prep and serve food.