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AAEON Presents AI Applications at the China International Industry Fair

Published: Sep 19,2018

TAIPEI, Taiwan –AAEON announced that it will take part in the 20th China International Industry Fair at the Shanghai National Exhibition Center. At the trade fair, which is due to run from September 19 through September 23, AAEON will showcase a wide range of AI and IoT solutions for applications in fields including manufacturing, medicine, retail, and smart cities.

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AAEON’s Smart Factory Artificial Intelligence Edge Computing display, which includes new products such as the BOXER-6405 and UP AI Vision Kit, echoes the Fair’s themes of "innovation, artificial intelligence, smart manufacturing and green economy." AAEON will conduct onsite demonstrations of various AI applications including edge computing devices based on Intel Movidius VPU and nVIDIA Jetson TX2 architectures. The object, brand, and facial recognition applications not only help businesses achieve greater levels of efficiency, but also make our lives more convenient and improve the safety of public spaces.

"AAEON has been actively cooperating with a number of major manufacturers in the field of AI and IoT such as Intel, nVIDIA, and Microsoft. We also work closely with customers around the world to develop a variety of AI and IoT solutions,” AAEON CEO Howard Lin commented.

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