Internet of Things
Accelerating the IoT with Intel® FPGAs and SoCs.
IoT promises to be a broad driving force that will create significant new innovation, facilitate new business models and improve global society in unimaginable ways. Intel FPGAs solutions enable true flexibility and scalability to address IoT requirements with inherent hardware and software programmability. This powerful combination allows you to enable autonomous operation, tailor your solution to your customer's specific requirements and scale solutions to meet fragmented and evolving market requirements.
From intelligent buildings and connected cars to smart power grids and city infrastructure, FPGAs democratize IoT innovation. Our solutions enable anyone to develop any application, scaling from single prototype units to hundreds of thousands of units in production. This elegantly mimics the wide variety of different solutions encompassed by IoT rather than a small number of very high volume systems.
Take a three-minute tour from the edge and back on the impact IoT is having on data processing and how FPGAs, like Intel® Stratix® 10, are an invaluable part of meeting future processing needs.
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At the heart of many Smart City applications are "intelligent vision" systems for environmental and weather monitoring, parking management, retail analytics and enhanced public safety. Intel® FPGA SoCs enable high-performance and real-time video analytics for these applications.
Industry 4.0, or the fourth wave of the Industrial Revolution, leverages connectivity and autonomous operation to create robust industrial IoT applications. Our PLC solutions integrate M2M and secure enterprise application interoperability over cloud with OPC-UA, to deliver clear cost, power and TTM benefits for factory automation systems.
Healthcare systems can leverage IoT to enable fast and accurate aggregation of patient vital signs and other data from networked devices. These applications promise improved diagnostics and elimination of manual processes. FPGAs have the computing power to manage medical data aggregation, enabling improved patient care.
Connected Car applications, commonly called V2X (Vehicle-to-Anything), are seen as the next step for the autonomous vehicle to enable further improvements in safety and fuel efficiency. Intel® FPGAs are ideally suited for optimization and acceleration of evolving V2X communication encryption algorithms.
The data center is central to the IoT as it processes data from millions of devices and sensors for highly optimized autonomous operation. Today, Intel® FPGAs are being used to improve throughput, response time and energy efficiency through the offloading of compute workloads from the server's central processing units (CPUs) onto FPGAs.