ICYMI Through March 28, 2022
Mashups are getting weirder and weirder. During the fights last night, the Academy Awards broke out. More interesting than some of the movies.
Lexmark upgraded its Lexmark Optra Edge product family that process AI applications closer to where the data is generated, at the edge. Faster results when needed, and far less data sent to the cloud.
NVIDIA’s Jetson AGX Orin developer kit, including a palm-sized computing device with a 12-core ARM Cortex-A78AE CPU, Ampere-based GPU, and upgrades to its AI accelerators, is available now. Production units will ship in the fourth quarter, so get your robotic devices ready.
Data Centre Dynamics weighs in on factory automation and the Industrial IoT (IIoT). Warning: “Industry 5.0” buzzword, even though the article admits we haven’t worked through Industry 4.0 yet.
And another IIoT-centered article, including 5G, cell tower details, and digital infrastructure growth, from an investing standpoint, this time from Benzinga.
For aural information delivery fans, Fierce Electronics rounded up their Top 9 IoT podcasts.
RCR Wireless has a sponsored article on one option for enterprise-grade security for private cellular networks.
Digi-Key provides an overview of the new STM32 Nucleo Pack for IoT, a low-cost alternative to the Arduino series of development boards.
No surprise, but large pharma players are spending billions on IoT to build up the digital health space.
Smart Cities World describes how a German manufacturer of lidar hardware and software has adapted 3D lidar for volume measurement and people counting, along with security applications. Those in the security vertical might be intrigued.
French integrators may know this already, but IoT-connectivity player Soracom has teamed up with Orange Wholesale France.
Even farther around the globe in New Zealand, Spark took a major position in Adroit, another IoT company. Speaking of N.Z., here’s a case study on how IoT helps AGP, a glass manufacturer, disrupt delivery times.
The consultants at McKinsey believe the advance in IoT forces a rethink on key performance indicators, especially in manufacturing and retailing.
For our more analytical readers, Analytics Insight offers its “Top 6 IoT Trends in 2022.“
Our weekly security reminder comes from Security Intelligence, worried about the “Internet of Forgotten Things.”
From our friends at Hackster.io:
Identifying objects in a video is a common AI goal, and this DIY project offers an easy way to do image classification with EdgeAI using an Arduino Portenta.