Edge Computing

Digital transformation often goes hand-in-hand with cloud computing. But in sectors like autonomous vehicles and precision-agriculture, technological leaps are now taking place at the edge.


Connected devices are getting smarter, supporting an increasing trend to migrate intelligence away from the cloud and closer to the edge, where sensors and actuators can be better deployed in connected and secure systems.

Several influencing factors have created the drive towards decentralised decision-making architectures. These include: low-latency; resilience to mobile connectivity blackouts; and the need to reduce the costs of backhauling raw data into cloud servers.

Edge computing hardware takes on many forms, including local server farms, smart sensor hubs and smartphone applications to in-device compute engines. This flexibility allows companies working in autonomous vehicles, smart shipping, precision-agriculture and mobile healthcare to deploy computing platforms that host artificial intelligence solutions at the edge.

TTP applies a deep knowledge of smart sensors, data analytics and connected devices to help companies develop scalable solutions that are robust, responsive and optimised for their needs.

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