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Taking Back Control of Our Personal Data
TODD MOZER, SENSORY
As more and more devices that are designed to watch and listen to us flood the market, there is rising concern about how the personal data that are collected gets used. Facebook has admitted to monetizing our personal data and the personal data of our friends.
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Zane Tsai, Product Director for Embedded Platforms at ADLINK shows how the company's industrial-grade systems based on NVIDIA Quadro graphics are enabling deep learning inferencing in applications like manufacturing inspection. These capabilities are now being integrated into embedded hardware standards like VPX and PC/104.
 
 
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Carmine Rimi of Canonical and Tony Paikeday, Director of Product Marketing for AI at NVIDIA, discuss the need for flexibility, performance, and ease of use in AI development solutions. They continue to address how NVIDIA's DGX platforms and Ubuntu emphasize accessibility for these data scientists and engineers, allowing them to get up and running quickly with familiar technology.
 
 
 
 
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Joe Speed of ADLINK shows how a combination of technologies from AWS IoT, NVIDIA, and ADLINK combine in a deep learning system that improves efficiency and worker safety on a remote oil rig. The extremely rugged computer vision system provides extremely low latency video analytics, as well as the ability to pipe that information back to a monitoring station on the GTC show floor.
 
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Jim Ison of One Stop Systems has a vision for bringing AI all the way to the edge. And by that, he means extending training that traditionally has occurred in a backend data center closer to endpoints in rugged, robust solutions to reduce latency, enhance performance, and improve efficiency. He calls it "AI on the Fly."
 
 
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NVIDIA's AGX Xavier equips an insane amount of performance by embedded standards, but, off the shelf, Xavier modules are not suited for use in harsh environments. However, Connect Tech Inc. (CTI) has built a carrier and enclosure that enable the horsepower of Xavier at the edge in aircraft, ground vehicles, and other resource-constrained systems. Patrick Dietrich, CTO of CTI, explains.
 
 
 
 
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Intel, congatec and Real-Time Systems unveiled an industrial-grade application server platform for multiple real-time industrial controls. With its extremely fast deterministic behavior on up to six cores, the COM Express Type 6 based Intel Xeon E2 industrial application server platform is capable to take over the control of multiple real-time and non-real time tasks including smart vision, AI, and robotics control, among others.
 
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Process automation is enabling a level of accuracy and productivity that goes beyond human ability. And one critical area in the factory where automation is making a big difference is quality assurance.
 
 
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Edge computing for IIoT requires end-to-end solutions capable of bringing the performance of the data center into real-time environments. But connecting embedded devices to the Internet introduces challenges, such as provisioning, remote management, endpoint security, and the complexities of data sharing across IoT and IT environments.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sponsored by: Intel, Kontron, RTI, Wind River
Date: April 23, 2:00 p.m. ET
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