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IoT Edge solutions using Real-time Data Processing, Analytics, Visualization and Decision-making at the Edge with smart retail sensors. Real-time product location tracking, real-time transaction log and cash drawer report, Real-time weight sensor and product recognition, real-time facial and gesture recognition technologies in collaboration with Dell, Intel, HP and IOTech
Open Retail Initiative (OR) promotes the free exchange of ideas within the retail industry in order to drive creative and technological advancement. Through collaborations within the EdgeX Foundry community and ecosystem partners such as Canonical, Dell, Envirosell, HP, JD.com, JDA, Petrosoft, RetailNext, SAS, Shekel Brainweigh, SUSE, Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions, Verifone, VMware and IOTech the initiative is removing barriers to technology adoption.
Edge computing solutions offer a place for collecting, computing and storing smart meter data before transmitting it to the cloud. This environment acts as a bridge in the middle of the smart grid and the cloud. It is geographically distributed and overhauls cloud computing via additional capabilities including reduced latency for more responsive grid control, increased privacy and locality for smart grids.
Edge computing has become the key ingredient in the smart manufacturing formula to accelerate digital transformation. Edge computing helps manufacturers turn vast data sets, generated by machines, into insightful and actionable data. It does so by utilizing resources connected to a network, such as temperature sensors, alarms or motor drives. This enables big data analytics to take place at the source of the data in smart factories and industrial automation
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Effective analytics solutions must be able to combine data from multiple sources all of which are likely to have different formats. Open Edge platforms such as IOTech's Edge Xpert help manage this problem by enabling data to be read/written from a wide a range of sensor/device protocols and then presenting the data to the analytics in a normalized format. Edge computing solutions are being used effectively in buildings automation systems are emerging including fault detection, energy analysis, identifying correlations across different types of data and validate the results of investments in energy savings measures.
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edge computing, internet of things, IoT, Industrial IoT