AAEON: embedded artificial Intelligence processing card for AI on Edge computing

first_imgUP Bridge the Gap – a brand of AAEON Europe – announce its latest innovation at Embedded World 2018. Introducing AI Core: the first embedded ultra-compact Artificial Intelligence processing card for Edge computing.AI Core is powered by an advanced neural computing chip, the Intel Movidius Myriad 2 VPU.  With 512 MB onboard DDR memory this mini card module requires very little energy to enable local deep-learning and computing vision algorithms. The module enhances all industrial IoT Edge devices with hardware accelerated deep learning and enhanced machine vision functionality. AAEON Technology is the first IPC manufacturer to address the growing need for Artificial Intelligence on the Edge with dedicated hardware.Most IT solutions available today are focused on connecting Edge devices to the cloud, and these deployments face challenges related to latency, network bandwidth, reliability, and security. Experts in this field agree that not all the tasks and decision-making processes can be addressed in cloud-only models. AI Core is the solution for cloud limitations by bringing AI performance and hardware acceleration not ‘at’ but ‘ON’ the Edge of the Internet of Things.AI Core is ideal for object recognition, people recognition in products such as drones, high-end virtual reality headsets, robotics, intelligent home devices, intelligent video surveillance solutions and intelligent retail applications.AI Core is the perfect companion board of UP Squared, the compact, expandable board powered by Intel N3350/N4200/E3940/E3950 product family. However, its mini-PCIe interface makes AI Core compatible with most industrial computer boards in the market. Using the supported software tools, you can create and train your neural network in the cloud and then run it locally on AI Core.AI Core is fully compatible with Intel Neural Computing Stick software development kit. Get started and shorten your integration and deployment by using the comprehensive SDK for Myriad 2 that contains API and Toolkit.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules Continue Reading Previous IAR enhances Amazon FreeRTOS integration for Arm Cortex-M-based IoT applicationsNext b-plus: visualization framework with various configuration optionslast_img read more

India vs Australia: Pujara’s mammoth 193 sixth highest score by an Asian in Australia

first_imgCheteshwar Pujara played an epic knock of 193 in the Sydney Test against Australia to put India in good stead in the final match of the series. India, who are leading the four-match series 2-1, are chasing a first-ever Test series victory in Australia.Pujara’s 193 puts him on the sixth spot in the list of highest scores by an Asian batsman in Australia.He trails Sachin Tendulkar (241*), Rahul Dravid (233), Ravi Shastri (206), Azhar Ali (205*) and Virender Sehwag (195).Pujara has now faced 1257 (362 balls) deliveries in the series so far, surpassing Rahul Dravid (1203 balls) on top among Indians to have faced most deliveries in a series byu a touring batsman in Australia in the last 30 years.Nathan Lyon caught and bowled Pujara and took the fifth spot in the list of most caught and bowled dismissals in Test cricket.Muthiah Muralitharan and Anil Kumble are the joint-leaders of the list with 35 dismissals.Earlier, Cheteshwar Pujara scored his first 150 of the series this summer. He continued in complete zen mode he batted in throughout Thursday with a brilliant innings in Sydney on Day 2.Pujara began the day doing exactly what he had done early on Thursday as he negotiated the early deliveries with Australia trying to use bounce to pick up wickets.Finding good, confident shots occasionally, Pujara played through the period well and began opening up after 45 minutes or so and began hitting his stride.Hanuma Vihari on the other hand provided solid support to Pujara and played with a calm head and solid approach to keep India afloat.advertisementAnd, he just keeps on going. 151* for @cheteshwar1 now as #TeamIndia march to 328/4 #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/CxRUl86XyNBCCI (@BCCI) January 4, 2019Pujara brought up his seventh 150+ score in Test cricket. The last time Pujara scored 150 runs in Test cricket was last year in July at Galle against Sri Lanka.At Galle, Pujara has scored 153 runs and he has already surpassed that score in Sydney.n Australia, Pujara has already crossed 400 runs this series. He has also gone past Sunil Gavaskar for balls faced in a single Test series in Australia.Ironically, Pujara had lost his place in the Test team after failing to deliver in Australia in 2014. That was the series of Virat Kohli and Steve Smith who headlined the cricket world with their scintillating hundreds.Four years later, Pujara has played a stellar role with his gritty and determined batting. Virat Kohli has scored one hundred as opposed to Pujara’s three. No other batsman apart from these two has scored a hundred in a series where two pitches have been rated average.Also Read | Are you not bored yet Pujara? Nathan Lyon asks India’s run-machineAlso Read | Pujara joins Gavaskar and Kohli in elite list after Sydney hundredAlso Read | Why Cheteshwar Pujara reminds Michael Clarke of Brian Lara and Sachin Tendulkarlast_img read more