Hailo announced its partnership with Lanner Electronics, to launch groundbreaking AI inference solutions for real-time computer vision at the edge. Hailo has combined its Hailo-8 AI acceleration module with Lanner’s edge computing boxes to create high-performance, compact devices to support the demands of emerging AI applications at the edge. Smart cities, retail, and industrial operations require hundreds of cameras generating video streams that need to be processed locally, quickly, and efficiently with minimal latency.
Managing a distributed fleet with hundreds to thousands of vehicles remotely can get overwhelming. By deploying the LTE-ready vehicle PC on the trucks, fleet managers can rely on telematics technologies to digitalize in-vehicle tasks and remotely monitor those distributed trucks and buses with a consolidated fleet management solution. The V6S enables onboard fleet management solution that includes monitoring, navigation, tracking, communication, and data logging.
Lanner announced that onboard vehicle NVR V3S and V6S have now become Milestone XProtect verified platforms. Lanner’s V3S and V6S are designed with multiple built-in PoE ports and a scalable option with an uninterrupted swappable 4G LTE modem caddy PGN-series module. V3S and V6S are now Milestone XProtect verified platforms. Milestone Systems has added Lanner’s V3S and V6S into its online Marketplace, making them the only rugged vehicle PC to join its marketplace with pre-certified LTE connectivity.
Due to increasing initiatives for intelligent transport systems (ITS) applications such as connected vehicles and smart public transit, the demand is driving the growth of the in-vehicle computer system market. In addition, advancements in specialized vehicles such as connected ambulances, fire trucks, and cash-in-transit vehicles would be instrumental to the growth of the in-vehicle computer system market.
By leveraging Intel’s industry-leading embedded deep learning tools OpenVINO and Myriad X VPU’s for modular, low-power and cost-effective edge vision processing, Lanner has successfully demonstrated the LEC-2580’s hardware/software capability for a seamless integration with pluggable Intel Movidius accelerator engine, giving rise to a developer-friendly and robust deep learning vision solution, the LEC-2580, for intelligent surveillance, traffic management, access control, retail and beyond.
IIoT infrastructure has encountered increasing cyber security threats due to the vulnerability by the use of public networks for IT/OT convergence. This has exposed exploitable opportunities for hackers. To add confidence in industrial control system (ICS), Lanner presents LEC-6041, the next-generation industrial cyber security gateway. Lanner’s LEC-6041, being the successor of LEC-6021, is designed to protect the communication in both IT and OT domains. LEC-6041 Series is empowered by Intel Atom x7-E3950 or x5-E3930 for low power consumption and high processing performance.
The NVA-3000 is the ideal video surveillance platform for applications in both commercial and industrial settings. Powered by the Intel® Atom® N4200/x7-E3950 CPU, the NVA-3000, featuring 8x RJ45 PoE+ ports, 2x RJ45 LAN ports, 4GB of PDDR4 memory and Intel HD Graphics, is a highly capable hardware solution for commercial applications such as physical security and industrial deployment including machine vision, motion recognition & data analysis.
Mobile video surveillance is forecasted to grow with continuous momentum, triggered by the rising demands for public security and safety in transportation. For instance, Tokyo Metro Co. will install IP surveillance cameras in over 3,000 subway vehicles, starting in 2018 or 2019, as an initiative to improve passenger safety for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. In order to facilitate all the onboard IP surveillance cameras in a centralized management, Lanner provides a wide range of in-vehicle/in-train NVR solutions.
Lanner vehicle surveillance gateways V3S and V6S series will be further empowered by Lanner’s latest offering – 4G LTE module designed to be externally accessible. The module is designed in SATA interface with USB 3.0 signal. As a wireless network module, it provides one full-sized Mini-PCIe socket and two SIM card slots. The module is made for Lanner vehicle computing V3S and V6S series and hot-swappable for field interchangeable, test and installation.
Lanner released LEC-2137, an I/O rich IoT-ready industrial box PC powered by Intel® Celeron® N3350 or Atom™ x7-E3950 (code named Apollo Lake). The Software-based thin client computing has now become ubiquitous in machine vision and physical security, so too have the hardware appliances deployed at manufacturing facilities and various commerce/enterprise locations. LEC-2137 is a thin client gateway that can be configured with either a total of six Ethernet ports or two Ethernet ports and four PoE ports.
The LEC-7338, one of Lanner’s wide selection of industrial PCs that feature the x86 computing power, high-availability/longevity design, versatile I/Os connections, and scalable/customizable options, is a SFF video-driven platform designed for machine vision, physical security, in-store analytics and other commercial surveillance application scenarios.