Premio At ATX West 2024
As a leading industrial edge computing manufacturer, Premio is exhibiting at ATX West 2024 to share the latest rugged edge solutions for smart manufacturing, robotics, HMI automation, and more. There is an ever-growing demand for competent, scalable, and flexible edge computing solutions to drive more resource-intensive AI applications in real-time.
IoT devices are continually growing in numbers and leading to an exponential accumulation of data sets. Industrial computers are needed to process, analyze, and effectively store all the incoming data for further deep learning analysis and insights. Premio’s wide portfolio of rugged edge computers provide industrial automation providers and system integrators with compatible edge solutions that meet the deployment specifications needed.
The Premio team will be exhibiting at ATX West 2024, stop by Booth #4565 to discover what the rugged edge is all about!
Why Attend ATX West?
Looking to deepen your knowledge and build your network with professionals in advanced manufacturing? ATX West has been one of the most successful tradeshows to attend and involve yourself with the latest trends and technologies within robotics and automation systems. With 1,500+ exhibitors, and 14,000+ attendees from over 70 countries, ATX West has evolved into a centralized event for all things manufacturing.
Enabling High-Performance Computer Vision At The Rugged Edge
There are a couple challenges that computer vision systems addressed when deployed on-prem. Deployment reliability and processing performance deliver uninterrupted low-latency data consolidation and real-time data processing to enable various computer vision applications. These systems implement heterogenous computing, combining CPU and GPU performance, for optimized edge AI processing and are engineered to operate in harsh factory environments that are typically unconventional for traditional desktop computers.
Smart Manufacturing Computer Vision Applications:
Visualizing Time-Sensitive Data with HMI Automation
Operating in tandem with computer vision systems are HMIs. HMI automation allows operators to gain insights on the statuses of complex machinery without the need for manual inspections. Additionally, operators can rapidly acquire the performance and estimate of specific processes for streamlined real-time decision making, remote accessibility, and improved overall safety.