Innodisk and Avalue equip the capital of Taiwan with AIoT

Together with its partner Avalue, Innodisk is equipping the capital of Taiwan Taipei with AIoT. This uses Avalue’s EPC-APC and Innodisk’s InnoAGE™ SSD, enabling AI detection with smart cameras for object recognition, behavior identification,and traffic flow monitoring. The aim is to simplify traffic management in the densely populated metropolis and provide innovative remote technology in the current traffic system.

The two partner companies’ solution collects data and performs computational processes and analysis, which is expected to reduce traffic jam by 10% to 15% and reduce communication costs by 85%. Innodisk and Avalue’s integrated solution provides adjustable real-time traffic signal control based on intelligent traffic flow detection, further improving traffic comfort and safety for both vehicles and pedestrians.

The Taipei City Department of Transportation’s signal control system is enabled by the out-of-band management of Innodisk’s InnoAGE™ SSD and the in-band management of the Avalue RS2 solution. This provides the IoT infrastructure with dual-band management with reliable and intelligent edge devices. With out-of-band signaling, remote recovery is also possible for devices that have experienced severe issues such as data corruption and operating system failure.

"The partnership between Avalue and Innodisk is critical to building AIoT ecosystems. Avalue’s innovative technology will be combined with innoAGE’s out-of-band management capabilities, which is equipped with reliable industrial-grade components and technologies and carefully designed to meet the most stringent industrial requirements," said Innodisk President Randy Chien, defining the ambitious goals.

“As the IoT brings the networks together and closer, the network deployed in different industries and systems becomes more deeply interconnected. The demands on devices deliver powerful data collection, while data security, system management, and remote monitoring become more complex and crucial.” Avalue Vice President Kevin Lien said. “Avalue developed the RENITY SENTINEL 2 integrated Avalue’s software and hardware, and combined with Innodisk InnoAGE to enhance the performance of all remote systems and to promote efficient and reliable operations.“

Über Innodisk Corporation

Together with its partner Avalue, Innodisk is equipping the capital of Taiwan Taipei with AIoT. This uses Avalue’s EPC-APC and Innodisk’s InnoAGE™ SSD, enabling AI detection with smart cameras for object recognition, behavior identification and traffic flow monitoring. The aim is to simplify traffic management in the densely populated metropolis and provide innovative remote technology in the current traffic system.

The two partner companies’ solution collects data and performs computational processes and analysis, which is expected to reduce traffic jam by 10% to 15% and reduce communication costs by 85%. Innodisk and Avalue’s integrated solution provides adjustable real-time traffic signal control based on intelligent traffic flow detection, further improving traffic comfort and safety for both vehicles and pedestrians.

Firmenkontakt und Herausgeber der Meldung:

Innodisk Corporation
5F., No. 237, Sec. 1, Datong Rd., Xizhi Dist
221 New Taipei City
Telefon: +886 (2) 7703-3000
Telefax: +886 (2) 7703-3555
http://www.innodisk.com/

Ansprechpartner:
Edgar Huber
Marcom360
Telefon: +49 (7083) 933745
E-Mail: edgar.huber@marcom360.de
Joyce Srithananan
Joyce Srithananan +31-40-200-20-17 joyce_srithananan@innodisk.com
Telefon: +31 (40) 20020-17
E-Mail: joyce_srithananan@innodisk.com
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