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Enhancing Security at the Rugged Edge

July 27, 2021

Enhancing Security at the Rugged Edge

Enhancing Security with High Performance AI Capability Deployed at the Rugged Edge

There are three key technical elements to solutions in security measures are all experiencing rapid improvements in capabilities. Advances in camera sensor technology, AI algorithms and high-performance transportable edge computing all play a role in keeping our country's infrastructure, industry and military safe and secure.

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