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There's mounting pressure in the automotive industry to transform from mechanical-centric into software-defined vehicles. Manufacturers and suppliers will have to implement innovative software-based solutions to stay relevant and to keep up with consumers’ expectations.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, Bryan Jones, SVP & GM of Embedded & Edge Solutions at Dell Technologies defines edge computing, its benefits and the challenges associated with using edge computing in IoT.
IoT lives in a complex ecosystem. IoT devices often cast some confusion. When building out a new IoT device, know these three fundamentals.
As IoT devices proliferate, businesses need a solution to collect, store and analyze their devices' data. Amazon Web Services provides several useful tools for designing strong data pipelines for IoT devices.
Building IoT solutions on AWS's platform enables you to focus on core business needs without the hassle of infrastructure management and monitoring. Here's your guide to designing and implementing scalable IoT solutions on AWS.
The relationship between input parameters and output characteristics changes over time, creating concept drift. To ensure your machine learning algorithms use the best data, understanding how to correct for concept drift is essential.
Dusun’s smart open source gateways were leading edge computing IoT products in China that allow developer to make advanced application based on them. They included several modules with different protocols for various demand on the IoT projects.
5G and edge compute are closely related. With the 5G network infrastructure creating a completely new layer of “fog,” 5G will allow companies to feel more secure within their own private networks. The article dives into how 5G will drive the transformation in edge intelligence.
Cepton’s SORA-P60 provides an industry leading 1,200 scan lines per second for a rich and dense point cloud of fast moving vehicles.
The inherent latency of cloud is no longer cutting it when it comes to fully appreciating the benefits of digital transformation. Edge computing is here to solve that problem, and by mitigating the latency associated with cloud, it ensures that the latest IoT developments are available to businesses across every industry.