Experience multiple virtualized industrial workloads in one harmonized system, delivering deterministic, real-time performance. (v.1, Oct. 2013)
Reduce cost, complexity, and footprint; run many OSs, apps by consolidating industrial systems on real-time embedded virtualization. (v.1, Sept. 2013)
Reducing costs, complexity, and footprint at the same time; consolidate multiple industrial systems using real-time embedded virtualization to run multiple OSs and applications on the same system for greater performance and savings. (v.2, Feb. 2014)Full View >
Discusses the futuristic and traditional concepts behind the artistic design of “Shelly,” an instrument-playing demo robot. (v.1, Nov. 2013)
Discusses how the complex motion control of “Shelly” works through virtualization of the four Intel® Core™ processors in one system. (v.1, Nov. 2013)
The creators of the demo robot discuss how the virtualization of four Intel® Core™ processors working together in one system enable the complex motion control of “Shelly” to perform in real time so it can keep the tempo of each song. (v.1, Nov. 2013)Full View >
Industry initiative to standardize display and media player signage solutions for intelligent, cost-effective, and easily integrated modular signs.
Industry initiative to standardize display and media player signage solutions for intelligent, cost-effective, and easily integrated modular signs.Full View >
Intel® Embedded communications create efficient energy grids with smarter energy generation, transmission, distribution, metering, and consumption.
Intel® technology expands health care options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with video conferencing.
Mark Blatt, Intel’s worldwide medical director, explains how Intel® technology expands healthcare options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with multi-way video conferencing and streaming medical data.Full View >
Tech Today explores perceptual computing that helps connect people and the Internet of Things, at Intel Developer Forum (IDF) Fall 2013.
Students at Cornell Cup USA demonstrate a powered upper body exoskeleton that provides support for occupational lifting and physical rehabilitation.
University of Pennsylvania students participating in Cornell Cup USA demonstrate the Titan Arm*, a powered upper body exoskeleton driven by an Intel® Atom™ processor that provides support for occupational lifting and physical rehabilitation.Full View >
Tech Today looks at the Internet of Things through real-time analytics that provide data for emergency management, coffee machines, and robotic arms.
Tech Today looks at the Internet of Things through real-time analytics that provide valuable data for emergency management during weather events, customer satisfaction at coffee vending machines, and robotics in support of physical therapy.Full View >