New Podcast: Lights, Camera, Action: The Intelligent Video Boom As crowds return to public events and spaces, venue managers are challenged to find innovative ways to provide fast, intelligent security. They are moving to tools that use computer vision and AI and can keep a watchful eye on crowds flowing in, out, and around public spaces and events. To see what’s happening in the world of vision-based security tech, the IoT Integrator editors checked in with expert Kasia Hanson, Global IoT Video Sales Director at Intel®.
AI-based Simulation Tool Keeps Construction on Track The power of AI allows general contractors to model construction projects, adjusting parameters on the fly to find the optimal construction schedule. It reduces upfront risks, helps keep projects on task, and can rein in expenses if they get out of control.
Turbocharging Defect Detection: Machine Vision 2.0 Defect detection gets a boost from deep learning artificial intelligence. Improving computer vision solutions is saving companies from costly redundant practices and bolstering production capacity.
Industrial Voice-Controlled Robots Use AI to Facilitate Programming Voice-controlled industrial robots incorporate AI and speech recognition to instruct robots and cut programming time by as much as 90 percent.    
Travel Boom Jumpstarts Demand for Digital Signs, Wayfinding Tools As travel and tourism make a post-pandemic comeback, hotels and event centers are transforming operations to provide a safe, contactless and efficient guest experience. Digital signage and interactive wayfinding are becoming fast-growing solution areas for hospitality, as they can direct guests to all the amenities and services the facility has to offer while being mindful of rapidly evolving health requirements.  
Computer Vision Solution Keeps Private Data Out of the Picture Machine learning and image processing are integral to smart factories, but privacy remains a concern. A computer vision solution with integrated anonymization capabilities satisfies regulators and enables employees to better train AI models.  
Automated Sewing Machines Bring Change to Fast Fashion Precision sewing machines use computer vision to drastically reduce the cost of producing garments. The robotic system brings supply chains close to the customer, enabling companies to offer on-demand manufacturing, fast fulfillment, and customized clothing, while reducing overstock and waste.  
AI Development Centers Foster Collaboration Developers are highly focused on making the best products they can, and when they do, the next challenge begins: making sure they interoperate with other systems. Some companies have created testbeds to help developers and system integrators optimize their IIoT solutions and showcase them to potential customers.  
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.  
Guardians of the Infrastructure: Protecting OT from Cyber Attacks Cyberattacks are becoming more common, and the impacts are too great to ignore. Industrial cybersecurity—from asset discovery to vulnerability mitigation—should be a fundamental component of network planning in all mission-critical environments.  

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