Cloudmatrix at COMPUTEX 2021 Virtual Explore AI Possibilities
COMPUTEX four incredible features
May 31st 2021 is the grand opening of COMPUTEX Virtual Exhibition. The official online exhibition offers insightful topics and activities, and promotes “prospective trends”, “virtual presentation”, “partnership opportunity”, and “accurate recommendation” as the four incredible features to link businesses across the globe. COMPUTEX has grown, transformed with the industry, and build a stronger technological ecosystem.
CLOUDMATRIX being the subsidiary of GIGABYTE Technology at COMPUTEX, presents four most popular intelligent solutions: the Intelligent Fence System, the Face Recognition with IPCam System, the Fall Detection System, and the Facial Recognition for Smart Library, all of those continue to solve problems for business developments.
As the global pandemic continue to live among us, there are more demands for innovative technology. The AI technology becomes the useful tool especially during this period of time, and it’s time for enterprises to adapt more AI to grow stronger.
The Intelligent Electronic Fences System divides the monitored zones by regional type. The function is a great use for monitoring hazards and blind spots. If the events triggers the real-time alert, a message will sent to the social app on smart phones. This will greatly reduce the manpower for patrol, and help improve environment security.
CLOUDMATRIX makes it easy to track personnel in business building. Using the facial recognition, the system can unitedly manage users at each floor or department. And with the GFace Manager management platform, the manager can use the screening mechanism to find the relevant information and react accordingly.
Using the 3D Stereo Depth Camera, the device can accurately grasp the status of the patient (such as human body postures and positions) while protecting the patient’s privacy. The device can also integrate with a medical back-end system, and notify care staff instantly for treatment
We bring the power of machine learning to bear on a wide range of educational environments from elementary schools to the college campus. No library cards are needed to check books out, which eliminated the school’s longstanding problem of children losing their cards. By easing the process of borrowing and returning books with facial recognition, the elimination of the library card as a potential barrier helps promote a better learning environment.