Intelligent Systems

 

Unmanned and interactive kiosks not only have revolutionized how goods and services are acquired but also have given rise to a sophisticated networked economy built upon retail diversity, convenience and cashless micropayments. These intelligent kiosks have become the new distribution channels and points of sales for many industries, including telecommunications, personal finance, photography, entertainment, food/dining and public transportation.

The combination of powerful CPUs and up to 8GB of 1333MHz DDR3L system memory enable optimized operating speeds and high throughputs for tackling even the most demanding factory automation applications.

Enhanced security operations such as physical security and surveillance analytics are required by almost all industries, including banking, retail, critical infrastructure, government, corporate, education and public transportation. Such security measures provide real-time intelligence for live detection of safety and security events and are instrumental not only in safeguarding business intelligence but also in facilitating efficient workforce management and optimizing operational decisions.

Natural disasters, like earthquake and typhoon, often result in building collapses, landslides and floods. To lower the casualties and minimize the extensive damages, a Taiwanese-based, IoT solution integrating company has worked closely with a local academic institution to develop a new real-time structure safety and hazard mitigation system. This system monitors the status of selected school buildings, historical monuments, bridges, tunnels and hill slopes in the greater Taipei area. The installment of the system will collect real-time status and deliver accurate measurement of the deployed sites and the gathered information serve as warning, damage reporting or post-disaster reconstruction purposes.

One of East Asia’s leading providers for interactive large displays, known for its innovative visual solutions for improving the way people create, display, share and interact with information, came to Lanner with the request for a 4K digital signage Open Pluggable Standard (OPS) module, to be used for large-scale interactive display systems intended for both educational and commercial use.

Public information display screens are now ubiquitous in many global tourist attractions, and serve a dual purpose of informing visitors of the details of the site, while reducing the number of queries received by staff. In many cases now the management of these sites is looking beyond one-way communication with visitors, to a situation where tourists can interact with rich media displays to learn more about the places they are visiting.

A typical casino requires 2,000 or more digital or analog video cameras running 24 hours a day. This volume of video data is not only cumbersome, it is expensive to manage. But with today's advances in digital video technology, the price of maintaining such large surveillance systems is declining, and casinos around the world are taking advantage of these new technologies to lower costs, improve efficiency and reduce the level of complexity.

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