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KT Unveils the world’s first AI-based Media Hub GiGA Genie with HiSilicon Chipset Inside
SKT의 누구, KT의 기가지니! 인공지능 (AI) 셋톱박스의 경쟁이 한창이라고 합니다.
주의 사용한 분들의 평가는 아직 그리 편리하지 않다고 하지만 각각 제품을 만드는 원천 공급사는 각각 아이리버
그리고 가온미디어라고 합니다.
KT의 지니가 사용하는, AI 기능의 핵심 칩은 중국의 HISILICON이라고 하고 아래와 같이 핵심 칩 사용은 중국 거대 기업에 의존하고 있는 상황인것 같습니다.
London, UK & Shenzhen, China - 28th March 2017 – HiSilicon Technologies Co., Ltd, as a world leading fabless IC semiconductor company, today officially announced the collaboration with Korea Telecom (KT), Korea’s largest and leading telecom corporation. With the most advanced HiSilicon chipset Hi3798C V200 inside, KT unveils world’s first artificial intelligence (AI) smart home media hub.
KT GiGA Genie is the first UHD IP media hub with AI technology in the world which is capable of recognizing user’s voice command and providing services accordingly. Better than the audio-activated AI devices, KT GiGA Genie has upgraded with video-activated services allowing users to see what they command on TV screen.
HiSilicon concentrates on minimize the latency and improve voice recognition accuracy through strong capability of research and design with other partners. Untilising the leading technologies, KT’s GiGA Genie can achieve 95% voice recognition accuracy and communicate without time lag.
HiSilicon enable the media hub to play HDR live and VoD stream by integrating intelligent middleware. Even in the PIP mode, the video could be perfectly converted from HDR to SDR and clearly shown in the small window.
Hisilicon Hi3798CV200 as the main SoC, System on Chip, of the media hub enables KT to achieve high performance and innovative user experience based on successful cooperation with all other component device parts such as audio/video, wireless, power control/management and so on even middle-ware and application software partner. Hi3798CV200 provides powerful CPU processing capabilities with a quad-core ARM® Cortex® A53 64-bit CPU and a multi-core ARM® MaliTM-T720 GPU which meets differentiated service requirements. Hi3798C V200 supports Dolby vision/HDR 10 technologies and integrates ImprexTM2.0 PQ engine which provide an immersive best-in-class video quality experience. Hi3798CV200 provides powerful CPU/GPU processing capabilities with a quad-core ARM® Cortex® A53 64-bit CPU and a multi-core ARM® MaliTM-T720 GPU which meets differentiated service requirements. Hi3798C V200 supports Dolby vision/HDR 10 technologies and integrates ImprexTM2.0 PQ engine which provide an immersive best-in-class video quality experience. Hi3798CV200 enables flexible connection schemes with multiple Ethernet ports, USB 2.0 ports, USB 3.0 ports, SATA/eSATA ports, PCIe 2.0 ports, and more peripheral interfaces. It has high scalability on intelligent peripherals such as multiple IoT devices and video call camera. GiGA Genie as a media hub can entertain the family time through more user-oriented services including media, video call, home IOT, home assistant services.
KT GiGA Genie opens up a new era of AI home and builds a benchmark for other Pay TV operators. HiSilicon is devoted to work closely with other partners exceeding Pay TV operators’ requirements, accelerate their profit growth and entertain the family life.
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영상을 이용하는 방법은 넓은 지역에 적용할 수 있으며 결과의 2차 활용 (법규위반, 속도측정등)도 가능하지만
카메라 설치와 SW설치등 지능화 기능에 따른 비용 수반이 예상됩니다.
센서를 이용하는 방법은 적용 현장에 제약이 있을수 있으나 가장 효율적인 비용으로 특히 MAGO에서 개발한
VC(VEHICLE COUNTER)의 경우 적용이 필요한 주차장 입구/출구에 설치되어서 인식율 99% 정도의 정확한 결과를 만들어 낼 수 있는 것은 물론이고 출구/입구에서 발생하는 역주행 + 꼬리물기등 정체 +차량정지등 여러 발생할 수 있는 정상적인 차량 출입 이외의 시나리오에 대응이 가능하다고 합니다.
중국 상하이에서 본 자전거 공유 서비스
상하이 권역은 몇개 지역으로 나누어 있다고 들었습니다.
권역별로 나눈 곳 마다 도시의 수준과 생활 수준도 차이가 있다고 합니다.
자전거 전용도로가 잘 발달되어 있고 교통 준수도 잘 지켜지는 중국 도시의 모습이 참 인상적이었습니다.
특히 도심 곳곳에 자유롭게 공유되고 편리하게 mobile 결제가 되는 자전거 sharing 서비스가 정말 많이 사용되고 있었는데, 노란 자전거 Ofo소개 영상입니다.
아직 국내에서는 볼 수 없는데, 도심 도로의 변경등 여의치 않은 이유들이 예상이 됩니다.
74% of IoT projects fail. Stop doing these things and beat the odds.
The Internet of Things (IoT) brings the potential of disruptive transformation and game changing benefits. Analysts predict billions and billions of IoT devices by 2020. So how come no one is buying IoT?
Today’s buyers are faced with immature point solutions that are still changing with emerging use cases and evolving technology standards. Furthermore, many of these solutions are created by start-ups that may or may not be around a year or two from now. Finally, giving the dynamic changes in the market, IoT solutions face the possibility of early obsolescence.
Against this current reality, what can IoT solution vendors do to sell more? This post describes eight things vendors should stop doing, along with what they should be doing instead.
To Succeed in IoT, Stop. Doing. These. Things.1. Stop Calling it IoT.The Internet of Things or IoT is one of the hottest marketing buzzwords in the technology industry over the past couple of years. Unfortunately for you, most of your future customers work outside the technology industry. Many have never heard of IoT, and if they have, they don’t care.
Start describing your solution in the same everyday words that your customers use to address the problems they care most about. For example, your customers care about optimizing their costs of operating a nationwide fleet of freight trucks. You don’t have an IoT solution. You have a solution that helps them minimize truck downtime, maximizes the number of trucks on the road, while minimizing the operating costs per truck and managed with the least amount of people.
2. Stop Selling Technology.IoT is cool. From intelligent edge devices that transmit data over several miles using low power wide area networks (LPWANs) to an IoT platform in the cloud, to machine learning algorithms that interpret the data and make optimized recommendations that are carried out at the edge. It’s too bad customers don’t buy “cool” technology.
Start selling solutions to real world problems that your customers care about. Find their top problems, validate these “use cases”, and build your technology and services solution around those. Then prove it using your solution.
3. Stop Going to IoT Conferences.IoT conferences are great for learning about IoT. Where else can you go and learn about the latest IoT technologies, meet IoT vendors, hear IoT experts pontificate about the next “big thing” and meet like-minded professionals? It’s just too bad your customers don’t attend these IoT conferences.
Start going to the main conferences that your customers attend. Have an IoT solution for fleet management? Attend the NAFA Fleet Management Association Institute and Expo conference. Have a solution for the mining industry? Attend the International Mining and Resources Conference. You won’t find many IoT experts or vendors at these conferences, but you will find many customers that need your solution.
4. Stop Looking for Customers Who Have Budget.In an emerging market, the customers who have budget for your solution are early adopters. They take the time to understand your technology, give you feedback to improve your solution, and are willing to buy it despite its limited functionality and performance. It’s too bad there aren’t enough early adopters to sustain you and everyone else in the marketplace.
Start looking for customers who will free up budget for your solution. These are the customers for whom your solution has such compelling value, they can’t afford not to have it immediately. They are mining companies that require predictive maintenance because a broken excavator means millions of dollars in lost revenue per day. They are fleet managers whose trucks can be dispatched proactively to anticipate customer needs and secure new pickups (and revenue) before the competition can react.
5. Stop Confusing Your Customers.
Imagine yourself as the customer. You are faced with over 350 IoT platforms in the marketplace with no standardized definition of what an IoT platform is. You have to choose between multiple competing wireless connectivity options (LPWANs, Cellular IoT, WiFi, Bluetooth), and that doesn’t include the pending launch of 5G. You look to vendor websites for more information but are hit with buzzwords such as as gateways, edge computing, AI, machine learning, data analytics, “as a service”, and so on. Even if you wanted to buy, imagine trying to make a decision in this environment.
Start educating your customers. Confusion and lack of awareness reign in an early market. Provide your customers with the necessary and unbiased foundation to understand what IoT is and does, its underlying components and how it works through webinars, content marketing, and other trainings. Provide them with a strategy to incorporate IoT technologies into their organizations and a framework to help define what they need.
6. Stop Marketing to Customers.Your customers are inundated with marketing messages daily. Emails, phone calls, text messages and faxes. Online ads and social media posts. Podcasts and videos. “Free” webinars. This is exacerbated in the current market where there are more IoT vendors than the market can ultimately support. In this environment, your customer is not only more confused than ever, but has developed an immunity to your marketing.
Start marketing to and partnering with influencers, thought leaders, analysts, and consultants that break through the “noise” and reach your customer. While you shouldn’t totally stop your traditional marketing efforts, allocate some of your resources to these channels. One reason why these channels work better is that they are perceived as non-biased and provide a bigger picture perspective than any single vendor can provide.
7. Stop Working Against Your Channel.You designed your solution with a perfect product-market fit for the customer, but forgot about the people who sell and install your solution. While your solution produces tangible value for the end-user, it adversely affects the channel resellers’ revenue and profitability, disintermediates them, or make it harder for them to do business with you. Given this reality, the channel resellers have no incentive to promote your solution.
Start partnering with your reseller and service providers to reduce channel friction. Co-create your solution with your channel to capture product-market fit from their perspective. Develop marketing programs that incentivize your channel to pursue new sustainable opportunities. Help your channel identify suitable niches within their existing customer base that don’t conflict with their existing interests.
8. Stop Selling to IT. Despite the connected nature of IoT solutions, IoT is not Information Technology (IT). It is more like industrial technology, or operations technology than information technology. IoT solutions are involved in the primary value creation activities of an organization (products and services) while IT solutions support those activities.
Start finding and selling to IoT buyers. They don’t belong to a single centralized organization like IT, but are scattered across multiple organizations internally. They come from marketing, support, manufacturing, and operations. They have a different mission and reasons for buying. While IT is involved in the buying decisions, they may not the be the primary decision-makers. In order for a purchase to actually happen, IoT and IT buyers will coordinate among themselves over roles and responsibilities, budget allocation and transfer, and resource allocations.