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AI at the Edge: A Review of Toolsets Available When Building an Edge Device

Sai Yamanoor (IoT R&D Applications Engineer, Praxair)

Srihari Yamanoor (President, DesignAbly)

Location: 108

Date: Thursday, May 16

Time: 2:15pm - 3:00pm

Track: ESC Boston, Track D: Advanced Technologies

Vault Recording: TBD

Organizations are deploying IoT devices at an exponential scale to better serve their customers, and there is a growing need for edge devices. This is driven by a need to reduce recurring costs like cellular data charges, provide alternatives when there is poor connectivity, or react immediately to a critical sensor input, and avoid loss of productivity, identify anomalies (e.g.: leak detection) in data streams, etc. In this session, we will demonstrate the different hardware and software toolsets available to build an edge device and walk the audience through the different steps involved in building an edge device. We will also talk about the challenges involved in building and testing an edge device.

Takeaway

Attendees will learn about the toolsets available to build an edge device and the things to consider while building an edge device. We will be showing an end-to-end example of the process behind developing an edge device.



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