Spotlight on – NDiS V1100 Edge AI Computer to Transform Advanced Elderly Care
This month we’re taking a look at the NDiS V1100 Edge AI Computer from our partner Nexcom. Nexcom offers a broad range of technological solutions that can transform elderly care by making care providers more effective and efficient in their service delivery.
Overview of the NDiS V1100 Edge AI Computer
The NDiS V1100 is a powerful edge AI computer supporting 11th Gen Intel® Core™ i3 and i5 chipsets with additional AI processing capacity provided through the Intel® Iris® Xe graphics processor. The NDiS V1100 features Intel® AMT for remote management, 4 x HDMI 2.0 for multi-display setup, 4 x USB for camera or peripherals, 2 x Intel® GbE LAN for high-speed control center connection, M.2 Key B slot for 4G or 5G module, M.2 Key M for SSD (or AI card), and mini-PCIe slot for a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module.
- 11th Gen Intel® Core™ (Tiger Lake UP3) processor SoC
- Dual non-ECC DDR4 3200 SO-DIMM, support up to 32Gb
- 4 x HDMI, support 4K@60Hz
- Dual LAN ports and 3 x USB 3.0 ports for easy connection
- Onboard M.2 2280 Key M with PCIe x4 signal for storage modules
- Onboard mini-PCIe for optional Wi-Fi or LTE modules
- M.2 3052 for 5G/4G Module
Applications of Edge AI Computing in elderly care
AI uses powerful computer hardware to observe the environment through cameras and respond to real-world events through the application of machine learning. By leveraging the power of computerised automation, an edge AI computer system can perform multiple functions including:
These systems can track the safety of patients within a care facility. Cameras can be used to monitor patients and analyse video data to detect if an individual wanders off into restricted areas or experiences a fall. Staff no longer need to keep their eyes on the screens and are alerted if anything happens, leaving them more time to give one-to-one care.
AIoT health monitors
Connected wearables collect detailed information on a patient so medical personnel can detect ailments early, make better decisions and more accurately assess a patient’s health status.
Smart home hubs
While many think smart home hubs are for home use only, they can act as a practical central platform in elderly care. By bringing health data into a centralised location, these home hubs can simplify the monitoring of patients and allow access to remote professional care services. This means a doctor can keep a close eye on patients and even interact with them, without having to be physically present.
The NDiS V1100 is a fanless edge AI computer that provides the processing power to enable AI applications that improve the lives of the elderly and bolster the capacity of the healthcare system of elderly care facilities.
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