City Services Get Smarter With AI The CityDash platform provides analytics and data intelligence for cities for economic development, urban planning, mobility, transportation, public safety, and more. The technology helps municipal workers and regular citizens make more sense of life and work in multiple cities around the globe, including in one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s smart cities, San Leandro.
IoT Hits High Notes with Security Management for Large Venues Artificial intelligence and biometrics are increasingly used to ensure the safety and security of the thousands of patrons, performers, athletes, and workers at large venues. From arrival to departure, machine learning will help event organizers maintain a safe, efficient experience.
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.
IoT-Controlled Transport Containers Keep Food at Peak Freshness RipeLocker shipping containers use IoT to help reduce loss of fresh produce and flowers. The portable, high-tech containers precisely manage atmosphere variables and help suppress pathogen growth to fight against decay during transit, so producers can reach more distant markets via ocean and truck instead of more expensive air transport.
Booming IoT Use in Agriculture Leads to Blooming Orchids Orchids need a specific climate and environment to grow, so one California nursery turned to a system capable of monitoring and quickly adapting to environmental changes. The KMC Commander system automates activities and monitors environmental stimuli to ensure Matsui’s orchids successfully bloom and grow.
Tokyo Showcases Smart Robotic Tech at the Olympic Games The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will deploy robots to interact with visitors, worldwide viewers, and athletes in a nod to the future. Tech companies are gearing up to highlight how robotic advances such as exoskeletons can assist humans, expand connections, and improve quality of life during the Games and beyond.
Team IoT Takes the Stage with VR, AI at the Tokyo Olympics The Olympics are here. After a year-long postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, athletes from around the world are gathering for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Without fans in the stands, companies are looking to IoT to bring the Olympics to fans at home and maximize the efficiency and experience at the Games.
AI-powered Athlete Tracking Makes Olympic Debut In elite competition, fractions of a second can mean the difference between a gold or a silver medal. The Tokyo 2020 Olympics is using a new tracking technology that allows fans to watch the action and know how fast the athletes are running. With the help of Intel® Xeon® scalable processors, certain data points are made available to broadcasters to help them provide more insight into athletes’ performances.
Smart Robots Lend a Hand during the Tokyo Olympics As the Olympic Games begin, Tokyo will be home to thousands of athletes, coaches, staff, and reporters covering the games. Mixed among them will be teams of robots doing their part to ensure the Olympics run smoothly. From staff support to visitor interaction, these robots are trained and ready to play.
Bring Your Smart Building to Life with IoT and Automation Businesses everywhere are ready to send their employees back into the office. But the days of using siloed, disjointed, and aging building automation systems are over. In our new ChannelCast, see how facilities are moving to the next level with intelligent solutions for building control that can increase operating efficiency and optimize climate and energy usage.
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