Trio Of Partners Deliver Out-of-the-Box IoT Experience

In partnership with Avnet and Microsoft, intelligent edge IoT software provider Octonion, releases the latest version of the Brainium online portal. Octonion’s Brainium portal is designed to help engineers and manufacturers deploy IoT projects with AI and Security at the Edge leveraging SmartEdge Agile, an IoT ready to use device, developed by Avnet and powered by ST Micro’s STM32 micro-controller. The solution is hosted in Microsoft’s Azure Cloud.

 

The portal allows any user to start an industrial Proof of Concept (POC) that can be re-used up to industrialization. Reportedly, Brainium eliminates the complexity of software for IoT applications. Users will be able to conceptualize IoT and AI-based concepts for a range of applications including predictive maintenance for smart manufacturing, smart building, smart farming, and activity tracking.

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Through the new Brainium portal, users will have access to AI Studio: a no-coding machine learning tool that enables developers and manufacturers to bring advanced intelligence to their devices. AI Studio has been designed in a first step for motion and vibration analysis, with more AI-based features to be integrated soon. Users are also able to access an intuitive widget-based interface, which provides real-time insights on SmartEdge Agile devices.

 

Brainium Portal is the storefront of Brainium platform, which is based on Octonion’s end-to-end IoT software platform and mature AI. The three layers of software are cloud and gateway agnostic. For deeper knowledge, take a closer look at the Brainium portal. Also visit Octonion and Avnet.

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