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In: 2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), IEEE

Investigation in IoT and 5G architectures for deployment of Artificial Intelligence into urban mobility and production

Tobias Frefers¹, Arthur Müller, Sebastian Schriegel, Jürgen Jasperneite²
Jul 2021

The automation industry discusses the deployment of processing resources in applications since decades. The two major subjects of discussion are centralized and decentralized computing. The deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) applications and the processing power is facing the same issue nowadays. AI is used in many different areas like smart city, industrial automation for pattern recognition or as an expert system and so on. However, it remains a central question how to deploy the AI within an application and how to connect the AI to other devices, services and agents. In this paper we discuss state-of-the-art architecture to structure general IoT applications, as well as, the two most common processing concepts. Furthermore, use cases in urban mobility and industrial automation to deploy AI applications are presented and an In-depth view to the implementation is discussed. Pros, cons and problems of …

Literatur Beschaffung: 2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), IEEE
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author= {Frefers, Tobias and Müller, Arthur and Schriegel, Sebastian and Jasperneite, Jürgen},
title= {Investigation in IoT and 5G architectures for deployment of Artificial Intelligence into urban mobility and production},
abstract= {The automation industry discusses the deployment of processing resources in applications since decades. The two major subjects of discussion are centralized and decentralized computing. The deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) applications and the processing power is facing the same issue nowadays. AI is used in many different areas like smart city, industrial automation for pattern recognition or as an expert system and so on. However, it remains a central question how to deploy the AI within an application and how to connect the AI to other devices, services and agents. In this paper we discuss state-of-the-art architecture to structure general IoT applications, as well as, the two most common processing concepts. Furthermore, use cases in urban mobility and industrial automation to deploy AI applications are presented and an In-depth view to the implementation is discussed. Pros, cons and problems of …},
booktitle= {2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA)},
year= {2021},
month= {Jul},
publisher= {IEEE},
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pages= {1-6},
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¹ Erstautoren
² Letztautoren