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15 June 2020 Reimagining infrared industry with artificial intelligence and IoT/IIoT
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In this paper we explore the impact that interconnection devices could have or are having on the new emerging IoT / IIoT network as well as on AI-artificial intelligence. The new digital era (Fourth Industrial Revolution) presents challenges, risks, and opportunities for both industries and many social and commercial activities. Infrared Industry devices and sensors (+ Non-Contact Temperature Measurement) Involving Bands: NIR-SWIR-MWIR- LWIR and Hyperspectral / Multispectral Imaging are also part of this move. Infrared imaging and sensors could either stand alone in a system, be integrated with other sensors from various technologies, and/or unified in a robot, drone, and unmanned aerial vehicle, in ADAS (Advanced driver-assistance systems) and with other emerging technologies. On the other hand, the world is going through a hyper-connectivity network process with a noticeable improvement in speed data transfer and virtually instantaneous latency (LTE- 5G and Wi-Fi 6- IEEE 802.11ax) in which the potential autonomy of the systems with AI- artificial intelligence should also be included (Big data/ Data analytics / Machine learning / Deep learning).
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Andrés Esteban Rozlosnik "Reimagining infrared industry with artificial intelligence and IoT/IIoT", Proc. SPIE 11409, Thermosense: Thermal Infrared Applications XLII, 1140912 (15 June 2020);


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