Telehealth: Tools to Help in the Fight Against Coronavirus IoT technologies allow medical professionals to provide remote clinical services to patients, bringing better healthcare options to more people at a lower cost. Telehealth services are critical to reducing the spread of diseases like the flu and coronavirus, and they will continue to grow as more patients demand remote care.
Getting Started with AI for Computer Vision Artificial intelligence (AI) is generating opportunities for SIs building solutions that include applications of computer vision. According to McKinsey & Company forecasts, AI is expected to create $13 trillion in additional economic activity by 2030.
The Connected Jobsite: Maximizing Construction Efficiency with Real-time Location Data Ynomia’s IoT technology allows companies to convert the construction supply chain and worksite into a digital warehouse saving time, increasing on-site efficiency, and reducing overall costs.
Investing in Water Restoration: Corporate Responsibility at Intel Intel has been committed to environmental sustainability for decades, and now the company is diving deep into water restoration.
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.
Digital Kiosks Bring Connectivity, Communications, and Security to Dense Urban Areas CityBeacon kiosks use Intel® IoT capabilities to bridge the digital and physical worlds, giving citizens interactive access to a host of dynamic community information and enabling city leaders to create safer public spaces.
Robotic Systems Join Workforce at Airports Around the Globe Airports around the globe are turning to robotics and automated IoT technology to help facilitate a range of automated workforce tasks, including cleaning, parking, and baggage handling.
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