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How to Bring Differentiated AIoT Solutions to Rugged Industries

January 2, 2020

Overcoming the dust-proof, water-proof, and explosion-proof design challenges of complex AIoT systems

Companies looking to deliver value in the AIoT marketplace will be faced with extreme design requirements. Many of these systems will be deployed in rugged outdoor conditions, harsh climates, explosive environments, and wet or dusty settings, and therefore need a significant amount of customization. To succeed, these AIoT vendors must carefully consider their entire system design, from hardware to software to integration. Selecting the right end-to-end design partner can help avoid early pitfalls while adding value to end customers.

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