Premio launches surveillance-focused video recorder with edge AI processing

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Premio launches surveillance-focused video recorder with edge AI processing

Premio, Inc., a rugged edge and embedded computing tech provider, today announced the launch of a new surveillance-focused rugged network video recorder (NVR). The device offers an efficient and reliable solution for harsh environments with extreme temperatures, shock and vibration.

According to the company, some of the features include Intel 10th Generation Core processors, high-speed NVMe storage, high-performance edge AI processing, modular I/O configurability and wireless connectivity.

“Video analytics for security and surveillance is where edge computers excel – processing and analyzing data streams in real-time,” says Dustin Seetoo, the product marketing director at Premio.

The RCO-6000-CML-4NH-1E computer features a hot-swappable NVMe data brick that supports x4 u.2 NVMe SSDs for high-speed storage. NVMe SSDs offer high-speed read/write performance for local real-time processing of mission-critical data, the company says.

The included software development kit provides programable logic to prevent data loss or corruption and a hot-swappable exhaust fan for thermal regulation.

Premio add-on modules can be leveraged by edge applications that require different I/O connections for sensors and IoT devices. This computing system can accommodate up to four Hailo-8 processors for edge AI processing, which deliver 104 TOPS (trillion operations per second) of power. The company says this provides efficient object detection and real-time inference analysis capabilities.

As edge deployments continue to rely on performance-based hardware in the harshest remote and mobile settings, Premio engineers find creative ways to design the most transformative technologies for real-world applications,” adds Seetoo.

At the ATX West event in February 2023, Premio Inc. introduced its RCO-1000-EHL fanless mini industrial computer with Intel 11th generation Celeron J series processors. This compact machine presents a 60% enhancement in operational capability, along with modular I/O and 5G connectivity. Premio says its small form makes it the perfect fit for automated systems, industrial controls, transportation solutions, telematics services, and surveillance operations in rugged edge environments.

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