A true "smart city" relies on edge computing, meaning that local AI processing will be more crucial than cloud computing. A smart city uses different types of IoT devices to collect real-time data, maintain individual privacy, and manage assets, resources and services efficiently.
Intelligent transportation can enhance interoperability, general awareness of situations, and the capacity to share information swiftly. Smart logistics makes supply chains more effective and efficient at each step, brings end-to-end visibility and improves the way companies transport goods. Tinker offers real-time response and data collection to help increase transport and logistics management.
From patients to providers, local AI can help reduce healthcare costs by enabling more accurate diagnoses, preventing accidents and improving compliance. Edge devices can also extend healthcare and reduce wait times to underserved populations with limited medical infrastructure.
Managing products, services and staff on a large scale while adjusting to consumer demands can be difficult without timely and up-to-date information. Combined with cameras, Tinker can provide a number of services that deliver the needed information to streamline decisions and create more value for the customer.