Your personal AI for efficient and fast industrial inspection: ATLAS, drone, and desert bush counting
Any industrial inspection solves three main tasks: data collection (photos of objects), analysis (identifying defects and abnormalities), and reporting. Today, Pavel Tatarintsev will talk about ATLAS - image analysis and automatic reporting system that covers the most labor-intensive industrial inspection tasks.
Retail trends and long-term business impact
PwC has conducted its traditional Global Consumer Insights Pulse Survey to find out global retail trends. The study results are extremely interesting and relevant to business right now, as they clearly demonstrate the emergence of new patterns and habits that will stay with us forever or at least for a very long time. One such pattern is the obvious division of all shoppers into two cohorts: offline and online.
Smart technologies make a healthy building
The COVID-19 pandemic provoked a global crisis on an unprecedented scale. The key problem was that both the virus and its transmission routes were understudied and therefore adequate protection measures were unclear. This resulted in amendments to safety policies and procedures used in modern office, administrative, and retail buildings.
The Winding Ways of Retail World from Expert’s Perspective
There are two things about retail remaining constant no matter what – fewer costs, more target consumers. Means differ though, and the environment around retail is never the same. This is what makes it even more exciting. Dmitry Smirnov, Retail Business Development Director at CROC, shares insights of his detailed study on key technology trends in the market.
The Anatomy of Facial Recognition
The focus of our today's story is facial recognition and its operation phases. We will share little secrets of storing information and insights into how collected identification data is read, transmitted, and deleted. Kirill Bondarenko, CROC and NNTC expert, and contributor to the development of numerous facial recognition-based solutions (including iFalcon), will help us get down to the bottom of this technology.