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Advertima Targetted Advertising AI for Digital Signage market

Posted by juliusaugustus – April 8, 2017

Advertima is an artificial intelligence software solution service from Switzerland for real world advertising to upgrade digital signage using Advertima Engine to detect people's age, gender, mood, motion behaviour and even fashion style. Advertima enables content to be catered to specific groups of people such as advertisements, articles, or entertainment for more relevant content. The service can also be used in train stations to change the displays for peak hours and to optimize advertising space through the digital signage market.

Dolly360: $5600 radio-controlled 360-degree dolly

Posted by juliusaugustus – April 8, 2017

Dolly360 is a robotic dolly for 360 degree cameras for creating 360 degree pictures and video content. The Dolly360 is mobile and is moved around on wheels like an rc car. There is also a model of the Dolly360 with a Gimbal for image and video stabilization. The price of the Dolly360 is $5,600.

AsReader GUN Type long range UHF RFID reader

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2017

AsReader is an advanced RFID reader/writer or Barcode scanner for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, with Android device also supported. AsReader GUN Type is a long range UHF RFID reader and can read a tag from 10m away with 1W output power and linearly-polarized wave. AsReader GUN supports European frequency and passed CE standard as well as FCC and TELEC in Japan. It works with a smartphone by connecting to the reader with AsRing+ and start to scan tags and barcodes. AsRing+ connects an external device to a smartphone magnetically and enables the devices to transfer data and power charging. AsReader Gun Type also has the barcode scanner and supports 1D and 2D barcodes. Although the barcode is poorly printed or has some scratches, AsReader will often scan them correctly with high-sensitive 2D CMOS sensor. With laser aiming light,one can scan the target barcode at far place easily. AsReader supports major barcode types, such as UPC/EAN/JAN, GS1 DataBar, Code 39, Code 128, PDF417, GS1 Composite, Aztec Code, Data Matrix, QR code, popular postal code and OCR font, OCR-A and OCR-B. You can also watch my previous Asreader video filmed at the IDTechEx show here.

64GB RAM Linux Laptop by Tuxedo Computers

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2017

Tuxedo Computers assembles tailor-made Tuxedo Linux Laptops and Desktops, with all types of Ubuntu Linux flavors pre-installed with all drivers working, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Cinnamon, Mate and Elementary OS, they try to provide customized higher specs at a lower price than buying a Windows machine. Their desktops and notebooks are assembled in Germany.

Grandstream SIP VOIP, GXV Android Video Phones, GWN7610 Access Point, GWN7000 Router and more

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2017

Grandstream Networks has been providing some of the best value SIP Voice-over-IP phone devices since 2002, popular with businesses, call centers and more. Some of the products that Grandstream is showing in this video is their UCM IP PBX, GVC Video Conferencing System. GXV IP Android Video Phones, GXP1600 Basic IP Phones, GXP1700, GXP2100 SIP Phones and their new GWN7610 Wireless Access Point and GWN7000 Enterprise Gigabit Router. You can see some of my previous Grandstream videos that I have posted in 2006, 2007 and 2012

Sony 100 megapixel IMX211 sensor in $50K Phase One XF 100MP

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2017

Sony shows their 100 megapixel front illuminated CMOS image sensor, the Sony imx211 sensor, enables 100MP super high resolution photography, such that they have enabled in the $50'000 Phase One XF 100MP camera as well as in the $33'000 Hasselblad H6D

1cm positioning accuracy using multi-GNSS by Magellan Systems Japan

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2017

Magellan Systems Japan is showing off their next generation high precision multi-frequency multi-GNSS receiver that reduces implementation cost compared to a conventional high precision RTK-PPP receiver. This supports GPS, QZSS and GLONASS, algorithm to output measuring data of carrier phase positioning, RTK-PPP, QZSS L6 signal, PPP-AR this solution can provide down to 1 centimeter accuracy which can be useful for self-driving cars, farm machines, construction machines, drones and more.

Distributors and industry insiders can contact Magellan Systems Japan here:
sales@magellan.jp
http://magellan.jp

Data Stadium Ping Pong Tracking System

Posted by juliusaugustus – March 28, 2017

The Data Stadium table tennis tracking system tracks the motion of a table tennis game using only a computer and two cameras. Using dual cameras enables gathering of 3d data. The tracking system can measure the coordinates of the ball as well the velocity in order to predict trajectory. The target audience is TV stations and sport teams.

Android Bathroom Smart Mirror by Mues-tec Owatis InnovativTV

Posted by Charbax – March 28, 2017

Mues-tec is showing their Android Smart Touch Screen Mirror for the bathroom, IP rated 65, safe for the bathroom, 1080P Full HD Display, fully mirrored. With a built-in 1080p camera that can be used with facial recognition applications to display customized features depending on who is using the bathroom, built-in speakers, microphone for voice activated applications such as "OK Google", a built-in motion detection sensor activates the Smart Mirror only when entering the room and automatically switches it off when nobody is there. Useful Android Apps can be downloaded from Google Play store such as Weather Apps, Traffic Apps, Weight Monitoring Apps (when connected to a Smart Weight Scale), Baby Monitoring App, Smart Toothbrush App to display tooth brushing statistics for each user.

Distributors can contact Mues-Tec here directly:
v.thur@mues-tec.de
Tel: +49 (0)6648-9167563

SoftBank Robotics Pepper SDK platform for emotional humanoid robot

Posted by Charbax – March 27, 2017

SoftBank acquired Aldebaran Robotics in 2013 and has been developing Pepper, inviting developers to develop new ideas for Pepper at http://developer.softbankrobotics.com they sold over 10 thousand of these Humanoid robots making it the world's most popular advanced humanoid robot. Sold mostly in Japan but also expanding Pepper sales to several different markets in Europe and USA and around the world, some examples being to supermarkets/stores/malls, on cruise ships, to telecom stores, to hospitals, at public information centers, government information/services offices and more. SoftBank Robotics presents some of its software partners who are developing use case software solutions such as for airlines to be used as humanoid conversational check-in kiosk in luxury hotels or at airports, guiding and entertaining people at retail shops/malls and more. You can see my 2013 interview with Bruno Maisonnier founder of Aldebaran Robotics here.