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When it comes to real-time edge computing augmented by cloud backends, there is perhaps no better mission-critical use cases than those found in medical technology or MedTech.
As cities have changed over recent years, the demand for micro mobility has grown dramatically. In particular, the number of electric bicycles and scooters for personal use and consumer fleets has increased on the roads. Despite the challenges these vehicles introduce, cities have encouraged their use as an opportunity to meet their mobility, equity and climate protection goals. With increased usage, changing travel patterns necessitate increased attention to road safety. Micro mobility users, who are relatively unprotected, are among the most vulnerable road users (VRUs).
Imagine yourself as an emergency responder driving a fire truck to an incident. A situation like that involves risks like identifying paths through heavy traffic and crossing through red signals. In addition to the stress of arriving at the scene quickly, such risks could also make you a victim. You needn’t look further than the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Fatal Occupational Injuries to Emergency Responders page to appreciate these dangers.
Even though mobile gaming represents the biggest and fastest growing gaming segment, today’s gamers are passionate about games regardless of the platform. And they’re demanding! They’re often on the move, so they want the best gaming experience no matter where they are – on the couch, at the dining table, at the park, or the beach.
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