Absolute connectivity is here.
Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) is the combination of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies with the Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure. This can be better illustrated as the relationship between the brain and our senses. Without the senses (IoT), our brain (AI) would have no information about our surroundings to process. And without a brain (AI), the information collected by our senses (IoT) is of little use, if any. Therefore, AIoT is mutually beneficial for both types of technology as AI adds value to IoT through machine learning capabilities and IoT adds value to AI through connectivity, signaling and data exchange. As IoT networks spread throughout major industries, there will be an increasingly large amount of human-oriented and machine-generated unstructured data.
To develop such technology, innovation is crucial; and user experience the core and soul. Want to know how Trisco can help you build or customize an AIoT solution?
User experience as the core of development
The Internet of Things describes the idea of any physical object being connected to the internet, being able to send information and identify itself to other devices. IoT is significant because the moment an object can connect to a broader network, it becomes something greater that the object itself. Now, it is connecting to other surrounding objects and it has access to their information (data).
For example, temperature sensors are installed into fish ponds in aquaculture to monitor changes in water temperature. When the temperature change is potentially harmful to the fish, the water heater is turned on automatically to maintain a stable temperature inside the fish pond. As a result, losses are greatly reduced.
Likewise, Trisco has used sensor technology with medical equipment to develop an auto-stop bone drill. This feature allows surgeons to drill bones more accurately, avoiding muscles or nerve tissues injuries to the patient. Also, it reduces bleeding and patient recovery time.
Waste Level Sensor
Whether it is the garbage truck going around the streets, or the trash container at your home. With the Waste Level Sensor you can measure the amount of trash inside a container, so when the garbage reaches a certain level, it will automatically notify the disposal management center. Who will then dispatch a garbage collection unit to empty the container.
Fleet Management: auto-dispatch units and plan the best clearing routes.
When the garbage truck driver receives the departure signal, it will also display the best clearing route. The system will automatically schedule a plan, while still accounting for any possible increase in the amount of garbage. Compared with the traditional door-to-door way of collecting waste, it will prevent excessive garbage accumulation, save time, reduce fuel and operation costs.
The system also collects big data. Like the peak periods of garbage disposal, to achieve an optimal balance between maintaining a clean environment and an efficient garbage collection schedule.
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