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Hikvision is an IoT solution provider with video as its core competency. Hikvision advances the core technologies of audio and video encoding, video image processing, and related data storage, as well as forward-looking technologies such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing and big data. Over the past several years, We deepened its knowledge and experience in meeting customer needs in various vertical markets, including public security, transportation, retail, education, healthcare, financial institutions, intelligent buildings and others. Accordingly, the company provides professional and customized solutions to meet diverse market requirements. In addition to the video security industry, Hikvision extended its business to smart home tech, industrial automation, and automotive electronics industries — all based on video intelligence technology — to explore channels for sustaining long-term development.
Hikvision is a provider of Industrial IoT analytics and modeling, and drones technologies, and also active in the buildings, education, electrical grids, finance and insurance, oil and gas, railway and metro, security and public safety, and transportation industries.
Hikvision’s Technology Stack maps Hikvision’s participation in the analytics and modeling, and drones IoT Technology stack.
Baraja is a 3D machine vision systems manufacturer. It has invented a new type of LiDAR called Spectrum-Scan which delivers the highest performance available to address the challenge of self-driving cars.Baraja is a rapidly growing start-up, with a revolutionary LiDAR for self-driving vehicles. The company is based in Sydney, Australia, with offices in China and the USA. It is quickly expanding worldwide, hiring through Europe and Asia, closely collaborating with car manufacturers to iterate and refine its vision of what LiDAR needs to be.
Industry 4.0 has a blind spot: Human beings. It turns out that people still perform up to 90% of factory tasks. Even in an age of robotics and IIoT, people are the main contributor to value-and, alas, to variability. Unfortunately, techniques for measuring human effectiveness haven't materially changed in a century. They remain manual and impossible to perform at scale. People are effectively invisible to analytics. Drishti (Sanskrit for "vision") solves this problem using what may be the world's first commercial application of action recognition to digitize human activities on the assembly line. Drishti creates a massive new dataset that enables true Digital Transformation for manufacturers while simultaneously making line workers more competitive against automation. Our mission is to "extend human potential in an increasingly automated world", starting with this 100-year-old problem in the $12T global manufacturing industry.
Pioneered in large data centers, Deep Learning-powered computer vision is now being deployed across a variety of embedded platforms such as drones, robots, IoT smart cameras and cars. These devices require computer vision capabilities that run at the edge, in real-time and enable long battery life. Deep Vision is meeting these needs with a completely new approach to processors and software. Our unique vision-specific processor is faster and more power efficient than GPU and DSP processing for modern computer vision problems. Coupled with a full stack of low power and real time deep learning computer vision software, our system gives small devices like drones, robots, and IOT cameras the ability to have embedded computer vision.