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 >
Real-time weather data guides and protects first responders during emergencies, while visualization technology pinpoints the source of weather issues.
Emergency managers in Orange County, Florida, use real-time weather data to guide and protect first responders during emergencies, tapping into a global network for visualization technology that identifies weather problems across the county.Full View >
Costa Coffee’s digital barista uses Intel® technology to generate real-time analytics of consumers and offer options for a custom cup of coffee.
Costa Coffee’s digital barista uses the Intel® Audience Impression Metrics Suite to generate real-time analytics of consumers, tapping demographics data and sensory preferences to offer appropriate options for a custom cup of gourmet coffee.Full View >
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 >
NewTek’s TriCaster* records and broadcasts live TV by simplifying systems into a single product.
Tech Today explores Intel’s role in intelligent systems, such as NewTek’s TriCaster* that records and broadcasts live television so companies can reach audiences worldwide by simplifying the necessary technology into a single product.Full View >
Costa Enterprises’ Jim Slater explains how the Costa Express* emits the sounds and smells of coffee shops, making coffee vending a sensory experience.
Costa Enterprises Managing Director Jim Slater explains how the Costa Express* emits the authentic sounds and smells of a coffee shop, making coffee vending a sensory experience.Full View >
Intelligent vending machines using Intel® architecture provide dynamic visuals, remote access, and inventory tracking, evolving the entire industry.
See how Intel®-based business mobile devices balance enterprise and user needs for interoperability, manageability, and security versus other devices.
See how Intel® processor-based business mobile devices balance enterprise and user friendliness, delivering interoperability, manageability, and security versus the latest out-of-the-box devices.Full View >
In April 2012, Nissan and Intel announced the promise of innovative infotainment technology for the connected car and a greater consumer experience.
In April 2012, Nissan and Intel announced the promise of innovative infotainment technology for the connected car to create a more effective, productive, and safe consumer experience.Full View >