Aetina Collaborates with Hailo to Introduce Multi-Inference AI Solutions at the Edge at 2023 ISC West


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Aetina and Hailo collaborate to introduce multi-inference AI solutions, including object recognition AI models, Aetina’s AI inference platform—AIP-SQ67, and AI-MXM-H84A MXM built with 4x Hailo-8™ AI accelerators. The AIP-SQ67 platform powered by Aetina’s AI-MXM-H84A MXM module generates robust computing power that drives real-time video analytics processing and multiple, low-latency AI inference tasks at the edge. The AI solutions readily detect various objects, including humans and vehicles, while simultaneously analyzing numerous camera video datasets, making the solutions ideal for multiple applications in cities and transportation systems.

Read more: Aetina Partners with Hailo to Launch Multi-Inference AI Solutions at the Edge during ISC West 2023

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