With the advances in computer vision and machine learning, computers are now learning to track people’s movements. This technology has ramifications for social distancing, where we can tell when people are feeling uncomfortable. For example, one of the practical uses of this kind of technology is to detect stalking behavior.
Smart cities are the cities of the future: dynamic, connected and safe. In this article, we will cover possible applications of computer vision for smart city solutions in this context. Computer vision is a huge field that encompasses many different areas – from innovative technology to cutting-edge research. As a result of recent advancements in this area, vision algorithms became both more available and efficient to use. This leads to lower costs and better performance.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the biggest technological evolutions in the market. It can be overwhelming to know how this new technology will impact things such as our day-to-day life, health, education, tourism, entertainment and other industries. This article will give you a snapshot of the Internet of Things use cases and applications that are currently available or being developed for launch in the near future.
Inventory management can be a nightmare. Tracking products becomes more difficult as you add more and separate items from one another. What if software could integrate all the items in your warehouse and inventory management system? Let’s take a look at how AI can help.
Explore the digitization of manufacturing industries, from smart factories to connected products that streamline production. Industry 4.0 fuels rapid growth in advanced manufacturing and boosts global competitiveness.