Lanner Joins NVIDIA GTC 22 to Present AI-driven Smart City Solutions for 5G Edge

Feb 23, 2022

Join Lanner’s keynote at NVIDIA’s GTC 22 to learn how to leverage GPU-Accelerated computing platforms in ICT infrastructure to accelerate time to market for your Smart City solutions.

A Smart City is a well-connected city that constantly and intelligently interacts with the environments, things, and human beings. At the scale of a city, punctual data processing and smart service delivery require accelerated and coordinated Edge and Cloud infrastructures. Likewise, continuous growing up and metabolizing the infrastructures demand rapid implementations, elastic workload orchestration, and a GPU-Accelerated methodology.

While there is no single definition of “Smart City,” there is no way to judge whether an entire municipality or metropolis is “smart.” However, if a city lacks proper ICT infrastructures in place, it certainly can’t interact with and serve its citizens in a modern way.

Integrated with NVIDIA GPU and DPU, Lanner Edge AI platforms enable Smart City solutions with specific requirements for low-latency, high-throughput, and/or power efficiency in reliable and mission-critical applications.

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In Lanner’s keynote session, we will provide a simplified overview on:

  • Why “Smart City” needs GPU-Accelerated ICT infrastructures.
  • How to build the infrastructures efficiently and economically with AI
  • A realistic and tangible use case of an orchestrated surveillance system enabled with NVIDIA technologies for Smart City

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