Sony and Microsoft have joined together to create artificial intelligence-powered (AI) smart camera solutions to make it easier for enterprise customers to perform video analytics, the companies announced. Announced last week, the IMX500 is the world's first image sensor to contain a pixel chip and logic chip. The logic chip, called Sony's digital signal processor, is dedicated to AI signal processing, along with memory for the AI model. "Video analytics and smart cameras can drive better business insights and outcomes across a wide range of scenarios for businesses," said Takeshi Numoto, corporate vice president and commercial chief marketing officer at Microsoft. "Through this partnership, we're combining Microsoft's expertise in providing trusted, enterprise-grade AI and analytics solutions with Sony's established leadership in the imaging sensors market to help uncover new opportunities for our mutual customers and partners."
With the rapid increase in the demand for security and surveillance, the camera and vision industry is becoming more complex and creating challenges for the evolving business needs. In this dynamic IT environment, VVDN delivers increasingly sophisticated and secured camera solutions. Camera & Vision is one of the prominent as well as a highly strategic segment of VVDN with extensive image and video capabilities. Our high potential and rich capabilities in product engineering, AI/ML algorithm development on the edge, video cloud/analytics, dual-sensor integration, image tuning, video stitching, and manufacturing enable us to provide end to end smart camera solutions for the highly challenging ecosystem.
From the moment you walk out of the front door, it gets locked behind you even if you just missed out on locking it personally. From that moment, robotic intelligence takes charge and keeps you informed about whatever is going on in your home when you are away – Is your pooch scratching at the newly bought sofa? Is your kid doing his homework or whiling away the evening with his favourite cartoon? Did you forget to switch off the TV before you left for work? Has your garden been sprinkled adequately?
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A global data analytics and advisory firm, Quantzig, that delivers actionable analytics solutions to resolve complex business problems has announced the completion of their latest customer analytics engagement for a leading banking and insurance company. During the course of this engagement, the analytics experts at Quantzig helped a leading banking firm based out of Denmark to successfully engage customers in ways that would help them boost customer loyalty. The Business Problem: The client, a leading banking and insurance company based out of Denmark, faced several challenges due to their inability to identify profitable customer segments, improve customer relationships, and win back former customers. This case study describes how we helped a Denmark based banking and insurance company to effectively improve customer loyalty by reducing churn. Our customer analytics solutions help companies to identify factors responsible for customer churn.
In the course of my work as a consultant for Dell Technologies Customer Solution Centers, I work with many business and IT leaders who want to capitalize on the opportunities brought by big data and advances in artificial intelligence. In this blog post, I will walk through some top-of-mind considerations for organizations that are embarking on the journey to AI. What are the top considerations for the move from predictive analytics to AI? The answer is really in the question here. The move to AI should be just that -- a move, rather than an abrupt implementation of AI alone.