Smart Health Kiosk Provides Cloud-Based Wellness, Strength Evaluation The lingering pandemic has paved the way for new disruptive health and wellness technology. Equipped with movement sensors, cloud connectivity, and AI, Netown’s kiosk solution can facilitate remote health evaluations and generate personalized training routines for users on its smart fitness training equipment.
Smart Glasses, Augmented Reality Add Fuel to Boeing’s Assembly Line Boeing designs and manufactures some of the world’s most complex machines–jet engines and aircraft. Boeing technicians in charge of wiring new planes have no room for error and need constant access to diagrams, schematics, and parts. To meet those requirements, Boeing uses a combination of augmented reality, smart glasses, voice recognition, and connected cloud-based systems, equipping its technicians with a hands-free solution for faster, accurate assembly and troubleshooting.
Sugar Lab Digital Bakery Brings the Bling to 3D Printing Sugar Lab combines digital fabrication with 3D printing to establish itself as the world’s first digital bakery. The East Los Angeles bakery creates colorful, consumable, highly engineered 3D printed novelties ranging from strawberry-covered chocolate truffles to glitter bombs to peppermint sugar cubes.
Reimaging Security: Protecting IoT Devices at The Edge Increasing numbers of mobile users, remote nodes, and IoT devices are located outside the protection of traditional network security. As attackers frequently target IoT and OT devices, organizations are turning to solution integrators and aggregators to integrate edge-to-cloud security solutions that can protect the network infrastructure. View our on-demand webinar and learn how to reduce vulnerabilities.
On-Street Engagement Platform Helps Cities Create Better Urban Environment Artificial intelligence breathes life into mundane city objects, enabling them to interact and help local citizens. In addition to providing users with information about city activities and wayfinding, these interactive objects collect data that can shape urban planning and city services.
Additive Manufacturing Gives Supply Chains a Boost Micro factories are cropping up as companies aim to strengthen their supply chains. Shipping containers that house 3D printers have become mobile mini-factories that can produce food, construction parts, and even military-grade products.
Cruise Lines Turn to IoT for Safe, Personalized Customer Experience Cruise lines are looking to IoT for easy and engaging guest experiences. Wearable devices embedded with sensors and connected mobile apps allow guests to unlock staterooms, make contactless purchases, and explore interactive content on board the ship.
Bars Add a Twist of AI for Better Beverage Inventory Control Software companies are using artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to simplify and automate the beverage inventory process for bars and restaurants. The new apps make inventory fast, easy, and more accurate, cutting labor and operational costs in the process.
Using IoT to Identify Malfunctioning Commercial Refrigerators Climate change mandates are impacting supermarkets, which maintain large, often inefficient, refrigeration systems. Luckily, advanced sensor technologies are making it easier to identify leaks and track temperatures, making markets more sustainable.
Cloud-based Services Boost Efficiency and Sustainability Businesses seeking to reduce their carbon footprint can turn to cloud-based computing, which already offers operational efficiencies. With cloud computing providers determined to reduce their own carbon emissions and to improve sustainability, their customers will see the impact as well.
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