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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a modern reality that is transforming industrial operations and outcomes. Due to recent advances in edge AI technologies – which combine edge computing and AI – organisations can start unlocking value now from huge amounts of sensor and operational data. This informs decision-making to optimise operations and reduce costs. It also enables automation, which drastically improves the safety and efficiency of processes.
In a nutshell, it is the way of the future, and businesses that take advantage of edge AI now will have a competitive advantage. Those who stall on the adoption of these technologies run the risk of losing their ability to compete effectively.
This white paper explains what edge AI technology is and outlines the business case for investing in this technology. It acts as an advisory guide as to what organisations need to know when choosing the computing technology required for industrial scale AI, providing insights as to how environmental challenges can be addressed with the right hardware, and what other features should be considered to facilitate flexible growth and future capability.
This article first appeared on www.railexpress.com.au
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