AAEON Discusses AI@Edge at Intel Webinar

October 7, 2019 AAEON

(Taipei, Taiwan - September 26, 2019) - AAEON, an industry leader in AI and Edge Computing solutions, was recently invited to present at an Intel® webinar about AI and Edge Computing. AAEON was honored to discuss the benefits and advantages of AI@Edge solutions for industrial applications and how AAEON is helping to build and develop solutions for customers.

Presenting the topic for AAEON was Alex Hsueh, head of the System Platform Division at AAEON. In his presentation, Alex discussed how AAEON guides customers through the selection and development process, from identifying pain points, performing benefit analysis, developing proof of concept, and fine tuning before deployment. Included in the presentation were several real-world examples of applications and solutions AAEON helped customers to develop, including smart parking, smart factory, and security robots.

Alex also spoke on how AAEON provides end-to-end support and solutions. "We align with lots of software partners," Alex said. "We come out with solutions and provide total solutions to our customers. That's what AAEON can offer to our customers."

AAEON works closely with Intel® to develop powerful AI@Edge solutions for customers. AAEON was the first company to be named an Intel AI: In Production partner and is a member of the Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance. AAEON was also the first company to release an mPCIe solution featuring the Intel® Movidius™ Myriad™ X VPU with the innovative AI Core X.

In addition to the many Intel® based platforms and solutions, AAEON also offers a variety of embedded AI@Edge boards and systems featuring NVidia and RISC-based technology.

Follow this link to view the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ubPX9xgsxA

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