JV will see Malaysia’s Aerodyne Group offer AI-based solutions to enterprises in Canada Partnership gives Aerodyne a strong foothold to accelerate expansion, create value
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Kamarul Muhamed treads the path not taken by offering business solutions to client pain points instead of standard imaging services.
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Garuda Robotics, which describes itself as a platform-agnostic drone company, is aiming to provide companies with commercial solutions, and intends to build a platform to analyse and derive insights from drone feeds.
Frost & Sullivan through its Tech Vision analysis identifies 50 disruptive technologies to help companies make sense of these technologies for their business. This column looks at how predictive analytics, ‘Everything-as-a-Service,’ M2M communication, UAVs and sensor fusion can be applied to combat crime.