Discrete and Process Automation

Innodisk to present AIoT solutions at Embedded World 2023

10 March 2023

Moving toward the post-pandemic recovery, Innodisk has proactively expanded its overseas markets. To demonstrate its commitment to artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) strategic development, Innodisk announced its participation at Embedded World 2023 in Nuremburg, Germany, March 14 through March 16.

Innodisk will showcase various AIoT and industrial embedded module solutions during the exhibition. With the innovation and R&D capability for intelligence development, Innodisk aims to facilitate the industry transformation toward smart cities, smart manufacturing and other intelligent applications.

Smart city: AIoT traffic enforcement and AIoT smart charging station solutions

Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) technology to optimize traffic has been a favored approach in smart city development framework. Innodisk integrates its AI edge computing platform and its subsidiary Aetina's AI accelerator card module to form the AIoT Traffic Enforcement Solution. The solution detects drivers' parking behavior with AI machine vision to avoid traffic violations and improve city governance performance.

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To meet the growing demands of electric vehicles (EVs), Innodisk is introducing the AIoT smart charging station solution integrating the AI edge computing platform and the InnoAgent Out-Of-Band (OOB) Remote Management Module to realize continuous data collection, system monitoring and remote debugging for charging equipment across the world. The solution can restart power during system failures or while offline to optimize edge device management and reduce downtime.

Smart manufacturing: AIoT Industrial Safety Solution

Intelligent applications have helped many enterprises to achieve smart factories. However, large robotic arms endangering operators are still a safety concern. Innodisk will showcase the AIoT Industrial Safety Solution, which can set a safe operating area and detect if the operators wear helmets and other safety gear in compliance. The technology employs the AI edge computing platform using AMD-Xilinx FPGA solutions as the core and integrates a USB camera module supporting low-light conditions. This system enhances workplace safety in addition to productivity.

With its dedication to software and hardware integration and connectivity for AIoT application development, at Embedded World 2023 Innodisk will also showcase the software of iVIT SDK and iCAP cloud management platform, and hardware solutions including the high DWPD Edge Server SSDs and the InnoEX virtual I/O expansion module for fragile smart implementation as well as the world's first ultra temperature DDR5 DRAM module that can operate from -40° C to 105° C.

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