Dell Technologies develops IoT surveillance solutions.
announced new solutions to simplify the deployment of edge computing and IoT use
The new solutions combine technologies from Dell, Intel and
partners in the Dell Technologies IoT Solutions Partner Program. The solutions
are focused on computer vision using imaging sensors and machine intelligence
using analytics technologies and structured telemetry.
The solution set is intended to enable customers to make
business sense from large volumes of data from visual sensors, by using AI and
machine learning to develop automated analysis and insights.
The new solution set marks a collaboration with Intel, which
has helped advance these solutions with its computer vision and analytics technologies.
"Workloads and use cases for computer vision and machine
intelligence require different combinations of tools, but the computing
infrastructure elements are the same," said Joyce Mullen, president, Global
Channel, OEM and IOT Solutions at Dell Technologies. "Dell Technologies provides a scalable, secure,
manageable and open infrastructure - spanning edge to cloud - so customers and
partners can realise value today and build a foundation to support these
workloads and case studies in the future."
Cameras provide rich information about the physical world,
but the deluge of video data creates too much data for humans to cost-effectively
monitor for real-time decision making. Applying analytics, such as Artificial
Intelligence, to these data streams automates powerful, actionable insights. Events
driven by computer vision and analysed together with telemetry from machines -
including data that imaging sensors cannot provide, such as voltage, current
and pressure - results in even more powerful insights.
Because of rapid evolution in the IoT market and the fast pace
of innovation required to stay competitive, many customers now require an 'IT
grade' infrastructure. This should include a security-first perspective to
support scalability, data diversity and the increasingly complex needs of
By enabling computer vision with Dell Technologies IoT
solutions, customers can more accurately, efficiently and effectively 'see'
relevant information pertaining to areas such as public safety, customer
experience, and product inventory and quality. Surveillance is the first use
case to which Dell Technologies has applied computer vision, so customers can more
cost-effectively monitor events in the physical world and automate decisionC...making.
The IoT Solution for Surveillance is specifically built to
transform and simplify how surveillance technology is delivered with an easy to
deploy and manage hyper-converged, software-defined solution. Available later
this year to purchase as a package, the engineered, pre-integrated solution will
provide a consistent foundation from edge to distributed core to cloud. It will
also be ready to run on day one with customer data to speed the return on
investment. The solution is currently available as a reference architecture to
align systems and build a framework for computer vision learning and adoption
for other use cases.
Dell said that the new solution set also presents
opportunities to partners, and will be supported through the Dell Technologies
IoT Solutions Partner Program.
Through this program, Dell Technologies has identified
several partners demonstrating strong use case focus and clear return on
investment to create the new Dell Technologies IoT Connected Bundles.
The bundles include sensors and licensed software from
partners tailored for specific customer use cases, together with various
combinations of Dell Technologies infrastructure spanning edge gateway,
embedded PC and server hardware. This is in addition to complimentary software
like VMware Pulse IoT Center for securing, managing and monitoring these
solutions at scale.
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