https://embedded.avnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/shutterstock_551415346-smart-cities.jpg 1281 1921 Dusko Knezevic https://embedded.avnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/logo340x156.png Dusko Knezevic2022-06-13 10:00:002022-05-25 17:58:29From trashcans to Street View: the everyday data that’s saving lives
You might think that smart cities are all about operational efficiency, but we don’t. We believe that smart cities are about people and their data can save lives.
https://embedded.avnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/HRKN2E2-cropped.jpg 432 768 avnetmscadministrator https://embedded.avnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/logo340x156.png avnetmscadministrator2021-02-23 15:41:082022-04-15 10:36:17AI Inference at the Edge: A lesson from Marie Curie
In 1914, Marie Curie’s work on radium stopped in its tracks as the reality of World War I approached. Undaunted, Curie sent her entire stock of radium to a local bank by train and embarked on a new project – using her knowledge of radiology to save soldiers’ lives. The problem Curie identified was that wounded troops needed the latest X-ray technology to quickly diagnose broken bones and find shrapnel such as bullets. But all of the X-ray machines were in hospitals, in large cities. This presented a major obstacle for fast diagnosis, decision making and lifesaving action to be taken.