Amazon’s subsidiary providing on-demand cloud computing platforms and web services ‘Amazon Web Services’ has introduced a new hardware device called the AWS Panorama Appliance, which, along with the AWS panorama SDK, will reshape existing on-premises cameras into super-powered computer vision monitoring devices.
The American multinational technology company ‘Amazon’ has proposed surveillance technologies to developers and the company in the past and back In 2017, the company revealed Deep Lens, which it began to sell a year later and it was, however, a way for developers to build prototypes of machine learning models and for Amazon to familiarize themselves with different ways to market IT vision capabilities.
Meanwhile, setting-up the hardware as a fresh way for customers to go through or inspect the parts on manufacturing lines, and make sure that safety protocols are being followed or analyze traffic in retail stores. Moreover, the new automation service is a part of the theme of this Amazon Web Service (AWS) reinvent event.
However, shortly, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to have the Panorama SDK which can be used by device manufacturers to build Panorama compatible devices and along with the computer vision models that firms can establish using Amazon SageMaker, the new AWS Panorama Appliance can run those models on video streams from the network or network-enabled cameras.
Besides, one of the big five companies in the U.S information technology industry ‘Amazon’ has had a lot of or considerable experience and controversy when it comes to developing machine learning technologies for video and the organization’s Rekoginition software has provoked protests and resistance, which led to a ban on the use of the technology. As well as, the company has also tried to integrate more machine learning skills into its consumer-facing Ring cameras.
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