Computer Vision at the Edge

Computer Vision at the Edge

Harnessing Low-Latency Distributed Networks

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Summary

Edge computing has emerged as a powerful way to deploy and scale computer vision applications through distributed networks of intelligent device. This Research Note provides an overview of edge computing for business leaders interested in harnessing this technology for their computer vision applications.

Introduction

Computer vision is a natural fit for edge computing, which enables enterprises to process data much closer to its source than the traditional approach of the data center or the cloud. Edge computing is a form of distributed computing infrastructure that conducts operations at the periphery—or edge—of the network, rather than at its center. The rapidly growing computer vision industry, which often requires very low latency to analyze image and video in real-time, has greatly benefitted from the rise of edge computing.

Research Note Details

Topic: Computer vision
Issue: What role does edge computing play in emerging computer vision technologies?
Research Note Number: 2022-43
Length: 10 pages
File Size: 0.7 MB
File Type: Portable Document Format (PDF)
Language: English
Publisher: Aragon Research
Author:

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