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In the “Year of the Pig”: Porcine Face Monitoring

In the “Year of the Pig”: Porcine Face Monitoring

Researchers at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) are developing facial recognition technology that can help farmers assess the emotional and physical well-being of pigs.

Insight and Sentian Pioneer Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT)

Insight and Sentian Pioneer Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT)

Device Insight, established provider of IoT and IIoT solutions, and Sentian, a Swedish specialist in industrial AI, are pooling their expertise to help companies optimize their production processes along the lines of a Smart Factory.

Arm Strengthens Focus on Core Semiconductor IP Business Growth

Arm Strengthens Focus on Core Semiconductor IP Business Growth

Arm – the semiconductor and software design company owned by Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group – just announced strategic organizational changes.

Deep Learning Software: Expanding the limits of automated inspection

Deep Learning Software: Expanding the limits of automated inspection

Cognex has introduced the world’s first industrial smart camera powered by Deep Learning software. This combination expands the possibilities of what can be successfully and precisely inspected in factory automation.

Demand Forecasting: AI Creates Performance Gains for Retailers

Demand Forecasting: AI Creates Performance Gains for Retailers

The vast majority of global retailers believe that artificial intelligence and machine learning offer significant added value in demand forecasting. More than half are also convinced of the positive effects of modern technologies on the supply chain.

IoT Investments: SparkLabs Pour $100k in Startups

IoT Investments: SparkLabs Pour $100k in Startups

SparkLabs Group, a network of startup accelerators and VC funds, has launched a new program focused on IoT, smart cities, and proptech by the name of “SparkLabs Connex”.

AI and 4K:  A Drone Smarter than the Rest

AI and 4K: A Drone Smarter than the Rest

Manufacturer Skydio wants to produce drones that are useful because they are smart. The US-based company has introduced the Skydio 2 line which combines artificial intelligence AI and a 4K camera that can shoot up to 60 frames per second.

Virtual Environments: Virtually Unrolling Ancient Scrolls

Virtual Environments: Virtually Unrolling Ancient Scrolls

Brent Seales of University of Kentucky Mount Vesuvius in Italy erupted in 79 AD and buried the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum in ash and lava. Everything was buried in the inferno, including an invaluable library of scrolls whose contents were rendered unreadable – or at least they were considered […]

Column: Marco Giegerich – Avnet Connected Ecosystem

Column: Marco Giegerich – Avnet Connected Ecosystem

In the past, IoT was focused mainly on getting things connected through sensor networks that were capable of collecting huge amounts of data – but the bigger questions remain: What should we do with all this data? How can we use and monetize it?

Logistics: Automating the last 50 Feet

Logistics: Automating the last 50 Feet

The last mile of the logistics chain is a huge challenge but the closer you approach your destination, the more complex and expensive it gets. Not coincidentally, the ‘last 50 feet’ is considered by experts to be the true bottleneck for e-commerce growth – and that’s where a large part of the future of retail is being decided. Start-ups and online retailers alike are working hard to close that final gap.