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How many times have you said, “If I had a drone with 5G, seven-camera concurrency, 8K video and 15 TOPS of processing, I could . . .”
Whatever you’ve told yourself you could do with features like those on a drone, you can stop wishing it and start inventing it. The Qualcomm Flight™ RB5 5G drone reference design is now available for pre-order from ModalAI.
Open Radio Access Networks (Open RAN) is a hot topic in the cellular industry. It involves the development of interoperable open hardware, software, and interfaces for wireless cellular networks. The time seems to have come for traditional cellular network operators to look at new ways to spur innovation, adopt interoperability, and lower costs. In this blog post, we’ll look at the fundamentals of Open RAN that developers should be aware of, what is driving its adoption, the trends driving growth, and how current leadership is helping to deliver success.
IoT is impacting almost all aspects of our lives, from smart homes, retail, and healthcare to smart cities, automotive, and industrial IoT (IIoT). So it’s no surprise the global Internet of Things (IoT) opportunity is projected to reach $1 trillion by 2027.
The term image processing encompasses many different tasks, including computational photography, computer vision algorithms, and even basics like image compression. One aspect all of these processes have in common is that performance and results improve as the quality of their input data improves.
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