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AI & Machine Learning

Vecow Launches Compact Integrated Solution with Intel AtomĀ® x6000 Series Processor - Press Release

August 06, 2021

Powered by Intel Atom® x6000 Series processors, Vecow’s SPC-6000, PBC-1000 Ultra-compact Fanless Embedded Box PC and EPBC-1000 2.5" Pico-ITX Embedded Single Board Computer (SBC) deliver power efficiency with enhanced graphics performance.

Industrial

Vecow Launches AIC-100 Arm-based Embedded System - Press Release

July 21, 2021

Featuring NXP i.MX6ULL Cortex-A7 processor, Vecow AIC-100 is an Arm-based Embedded System. With 9V to 50V DC-in and a wide range of connectivity interfaces supported, AIC-100 provides flexible scalability and is ideally suited for Energy Management, Building Automation, Charging Station and any AIoT applications.

IoT

Vecow Launches VAC-1000 Arm-Based Edge AI Computing System - News

July 13, 2021

Powered by 24-core Foxconn Cortex-A53 MPU, running Hailo-8 AI accelerator at 26 TOPS, and Lightspeeur 2801S Neural accelerator at 5.6 TOPS, VAC-1000 series is designed to deliver efficiency and integration to IoT edge computing solutions.

AI & Machine Learning

The Latest Intel Core Processors Drive SLAM in Next-Gen AMRs - Whitepaper

June 17, 2021

Industry 5.0 brings collaborative robots, or cobots into the industrial workplace. Unlike traditional robots, cobots can work and move safely alongside humans, free of cages, wires, or safe zones.

Automotive

Safety, Reliability, and Robustness are the Cornerstones of Autonomous Vehicle Development Platforms - Blog

May 24, 2021

Building safe and robust advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving systems is so complex that no manufacturer can single-handedly develop all of the necessary technology.

IoT

Vecow Launches MIG-1000 AI Computing System for AIoT/Industry 4.0 Applications - News

April 05, 2021

Vecow announced the latest AI Computing System MIG-1000.

Automotive

Overcoming the Challenges of 3D Mapping for Autonomous Cars - Story

January 26, 2021

For autonomous vehicles to progress to their next evolutionary phase, it is essential that vehicles have a more complete understanding of the environment in which they must safely move through.