In this video, Michael Bradley does a tour of the OSS booth at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2022 in Orlando, FL from April 26-28. Michael discusses the products we showcased at XPONENTIAL and how they provide solutions for Edge AI for Autonomous Vehicles. OSS AI Transportable products can provide solutions for GPU acceleration, FPGA data ingest, and NVMe storage.READ MORE
In this video, Michael Bradley does a tour of the OSS booth at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2022 in Orlando, FL from April 26-28. Michael discusses the products we showcased at XPONENTIAL and how they provide solutions for Edge AI for Autonomous Vehicles. OSS AI Transportable products can provide solutions for GPU acceleration, FPGA data ingest, and NVMe storage.
Let’s start with a little background for anyone that doesn’t know what AS-9100 means or why you would have it at all. AS-9100 is a quality management system, developed to address the holes that aerospace companies found in the ISO-9001 standard in the way they needed to do business for their customers. It was initially ratified in 1999, and has since gone through 4 revisions to our current version today, which is AS-9100D.
In this video, Tom Fries performs a tour of the One Stop Systems (OSS) booth at Sea Air Space (SAS) 2022 in National Harbor, MD, which took place April 4-6. Tom discusses the products we showcased at SAS, and how they provide solutions for Edge AI for the Military Theater. OSS' AI Transportable products can provide solutions for GPU acceleration, FPGA data ingest, and NVMe storage.
5G networks are the key for a worldwide digital transformation, impacting AI and edge computing as well as smart cities, while also providing high-speed data transfer in real-time for enterprises across every vertical market segment. New applications are constantly emerging on the market, taking advantage of the cellular networks’ super-low latency and much higher bandwidth.
With the well-documented shortage of semi-truck drivers currently in the United States, where do we stand in terms of developing and deploying autonomous trucks? Will autonomous long-haul trucks take jobs away from drivers? Are fully autonomous trucks safe for the roads? What does the future look like for autonomous trucks? These are all great questions. This blog will discuss all that and more, so let’s jump in and discuss it.
In this video, Jim Ison will do a quick walkthrough of the OSS 4U Pro Gen4 PCIe Expansion System. The 4U Pro is a rugged AI Transportable system that provides optimized, configurable PCIe Gen4 expansion for edge AI applications with up to 256 Gigabytes per second (GB/s) bi-directional host to expansion bandwidth and 768 GB/s aggregate system bandwidth.
Typical Artificial Intelligence workflows are well understood. The classic example is image recognition distinguishing between an image of a cat or a dog. The first step is performed by data scientists who create a model they train using large sets of tagged data. The models are iteratively refined by the data scientists to achieve higher and higher levels of accuracy. Once the refined model is trained it can be deployed and new images can be presented to it for inferencing. The AI inferencing process results in a never seen before image being classified as either a cat or a dog.
When you take a step back and look at today’s high-performance computing and AI technological ecosystem, it is a field dominated by the power of GPUs in compute acceleration. For the layperson, the term “Graphical Processing Unit” would not stand out as the core component in processing massive datasets at unprecedented speeds – with no graphics involved. The transition from CPU to GPU core computing in HPC and AI/ML applications, and the further development of GPU technologies since, is the fundamental driving force behind today’s most cutting-edge applications. Modern AI spans practically all industries including piloting the most sophisticated autonomous vehicles, detecting previously unseeable fraud patterns in the financial industry, and increasing productivity through automation in mining, oil and gas, and farming.
Independent of the administration in office, one of the top priorities for today and the next couple of decades is the deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) throughout all the branches of the armed forces. Many of these applications are AI Transportables requiring performance without compromise in harsh and challenging environments. This post will cover some of the driving factors, paint the picture of tomorrow and discuss how we will continue to protect our freedom with military superiority.
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