AI and Computer Vision Drive Fleet Safety

June 1, 2020
A public bus system in Taipei needed to improve public safety. Its approach? In-vehicle computers processing video data at the edge—giving drivers the equivalent of a second pair of eyes. But it’s not just bolting a rugged industrial PC inside a bus. High computing performance and customizable AI models are also a must.
 
In this article, solution integrators will learn:
 
How a modular platform enables flexible design with room for future applications and expansion. 
When video data at the edge can be used for object, face, and distraction detection to increase safety.
What happens when workloads that were once siloed can run simultaneously on a single platform. 
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