CBS News covered this story about how the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is using Artificial Intelligence to try to keep its visitors and staff safe. This AI-powered weapon detection technology would not only send out an alert but also pinpoint the exact location of the threat. The system works with their video cameras and is powered by… Read More »CBS News – AI Weapon Detection
Cachengo and our partner, BeMotion, are using AI to detect weapons in real time and notify law enforcement and first responders when a threat is detected. You can watch the CBS Miami news video that aired recently regarding this topic and how the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is using this technology: https://youtu.be/Ar98ggAJt_0
Watch the video: In this tutorial video we show you how to install MinIO to a Cachengo node using the App Marketplace. MinIO is a high performance object storage software that can handle unstructured data such as photos and videos with the maximum supported object side of 5 TB.
Watch the video: In this video we demonstrate Cachengo’s ability to install IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) and upload a file. IPFS is a distributed system for storing and accessing files, websites, applications, and data.
Watch the video: Now that the Bento is ready to ship to customers, we decided to send one to our very own team member Huseyin “The Brain” Aksu so that he could test it out for the world to see for the first time! The Bento is the first flagship hardware product from Cachengo and is the only edge device… Read More »Bento Unboxing with The Brain
Watch the video: Cachengo CEO Ash Young explains how the Symbiote, Bento and Pizza are going to change edge computing and the IT industry in the era of cloud computing. Click here to schedule a free demo today. The difference is the computing, the storage and the data all remain in your hands.
Watch the video: One of Cachengo’s technological advantages is our highly secure ‘zero trust’ networking over Ethernet connectivity that you probably already have in place. Here is a quick introduction to Cachengo peer groups and how they work. You can establish a zero trust peer-to-peer connection between two devices, even through different physical networks and restrictive firewall settings.
Watch the video: One of the most powerful uses of edge AI is Computer Vision. Cachengo has greatly simplified the Computer Vision process with the Cachengo Portal. This management tool takes individual Symbiote nodes and creates a peer group to analyze images or video files. The peer group forms a service mesh without proxies for high security and high performance.… Read More »Object Classification (Video Demo)