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Sleek, slim and incredibly smooth, the new Galaxy Note10+ is to die for

Published August 20, 2019 by SoClaimon

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Sleek, slim and incredibly smooth, the new Galaxy Note10+ is to die for

Aug 20. 2019
Samsung Galaxy Note10 compared to Note10+ (beneath).

Samsung Galaxy Note10 compared to Note10+ (beneath).
By Paisal Chuenprasaeng
The Nation

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A powerful smartphone with a large and beautiful display, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ boasts excellent quality quad rear cameras and plenty of tools that will allow you to stretch your creativity to the max.

It’s sleek and smooth too, just 7.9mm thick and with a large 6.8-inch full display that curves down on both left and right edges.

Its Bluetooth S-Pen is nicely hidden at the right bottom of the smartphone and it can be taken out and ready for use with just a light push.

The Note10+ has a generous amount of working memory or 12 gigabytes of RAM and comes with 256 GB of internal storage that can be expanded by up to one terabyte with a microSD card, which shares the second SIM slot.

It is powered by Samsung’s flagship Exynos 9825, an octa-core CPU that packs a lot of horsepower into a small package. It consists of two 4th generation custom CPUs – two Cortex-A75 cores running at 2.7 GHz for optimal performance, and four Cortex-A55 cores running at 2.4 GHz for greater efficiency as well as two dual custom running at 1.9 GHz.

I tested the Note10+ with the AnTuTu benchmark app v 7.2.3 and it got an impressive score of 353,041. As at August 18, AnTuTu reports that the Note10+ in my hands beat 87 per cent of users of the app that post results to the ever-growing online database of Android users. Any smartphone or tablet that scores up to 300,000 points on AnTuTu benchmark is already impressive for its performance.

During the test, I found the Note10+ was very fast. The touchscreen and menus were very responsive. Applications and games ran fast and smoothly. For example, the Rangnarok Mobile game, which requires a lot of resources and often disconnects on mobile devices, an smoothly on the Note10+ and the game rarely disconnected during my trial.

For game playing, the Note10+ has a slimmer, newly designed vapour chamber cooling system, improved AI, and enhanced NPU or Neural Processing Unit that provides game players with a smooth gaming experience with reduced lag.

For gamers who want to add some personality to their streams, or vloggers wanting to enhance their tutorials, the Galaxy Note10 introduces the Screen recorder. This allows you to easily capture what’s on the screen, use picture-in-picture to add reactions, and employ the S Pen to annotate as you record for a more entertaining and engaging video.

Samsung boasts that with its fast octa-core processor and plenty of memory, the Note10+ has the performance of a desktop computer. While that is difficult to prove or disprove, the Note10 does extend Samsung DeX’s capabilities, making it easier for you to work between your phone and a PC or Mac. With a simple, compatible USB connection, you can drag and drop files between devices, and use your favourite mobile apps with a mouse and a keyboard, while keeping your data secure on the phone through Samsung Knox security technology.

Moreover, the Note10+ integrates Link to Windows directly into the Quick Panel. With one click, you can connect to a Windows 10 PC. Then, you can see notifications, send and receive messages, and review recent photos without pausing to look down at the phone.

And the Exynos 9825 is integrated with a fast LTE modem for truly speedy downloads of up to 2 Gbps. I tested it with Ookla Speedtest app and got download speed of 95 Mbps and upload speed of 37.3 Mbps. Files were downloaded very fast and my snapshots were backed up to my Google Photos in no time. The Internet connection was tested on TrueMove H’s LTE network.

The Note10+ comes with fast wireless connection as well and supports up to the latest Wi-Fi protocol of 802.11ax.

I particularly liked the edge-to-edge Cinematic Infinity Display, which is nearly bezel-less. It has an in-display cut out for the front camera that’s small and centred.

Taken wint Note10+

The Galaxy Note10+ uses Samsung’s award-winning Dynamic AMOLED display that features HDR10+ certification and Dynamic Tone Mapping to allow photos and videos to appear brighter than previous Note devices and with a wide color range. The Eye Comfort display reduces blue light without affecting colour quality for comfortable viewing.

During the test, I found the screen displayed high-resolution photos with impressive colours. HD video clips were beautiful.

I enjoyed watching HDR YouTube clips on the Note10+. Movies streamed via the TrueID TV app and iflix app were smooth and sharp.

The Note10+ comes with four rear cameras and one front camera. The front camera has 10 megapixel resolution with a f/2.2 aperture lens.

One of the four rear cameras is the main camera and this has wide-angle dual f/1.5, a f/f2.4 aperture lens and 1 megapixel resolution. Another is an ultra wide camera with f/2.2 lens that has 123-degree angle and 16 MP resolution. The third one is a 12MP telephoto camera with f/2.1 aperture lens while the fourth one is a depth camera that provides the data to create professionally blurred backgrounds with the Bokeh effect.

I found the main camera captured beautiful shots. The dual aperture design allows the camera to adjust to the surrounding light automatically. The f/.1.5 aperture helped to capture dark scenes with bright results while f/2.4 aperture kept things sharp in bright daylight.

The camera uses AI technology in the Scene Optimiser function of the auto mode, which is called “Photo” mode. The Scene Optimiser allows the camera to recognise popular subjects and use Local Tone Mapping function to adjust settings for sharp and clear results.

The Scene Optimiser recognises 30 scene modes: Face, Baby, Person, Dog, Cat, Food, People, Beaches, Sky, Mountain, Sunset, Sunrise, City, Snow, Waterfall, Watersides, Scenery, Stage, Vehicles, Drinks, Flowers, Trees, Greenery, Animal, Shoes, Backlit, Indoor, Text, Clothes, and Night view.

If you want to capture shots of outstanding subjects with blurred background, you can use the Live Focus mode that provides a slide bar for adjusting blurriness of the background in real time.

If you prefer panorama shots, you will love the Ultra Wide Camera that features 123-degree field of vision. You’ll have a wider view without having to step far away from your subjects. And the telephoto 12MP camera allows you to get close to your subjects with 2x optical zoom.

Its front camera also captures beautiful selfie shots. And the depth camera of Note10+ is useful to work with Quick Measure app and AR intelligence to allow you to measure objects easily. You simply start the Quick Measure app and point the camera to the object you want to measure and a 3D outline with length figures pop up. Or you can easily draw an imaginary line on an object to measure it.

The Galaxy Note series is well-known for its S Pen stylus pen, which is connected to the smartphone via Bluetooth, You can use the S Pen button to remotely take a photo with the Note10+. And now S Pen supports motion gestures for using with the app that is linked to it. For example, when you use the S Pen to remotely control the camera, you can change the shooting mode. Or you can move the S Pen clockwise or counterwise to change the camera angle and capture a close-crop group shot or wider scene.

The stylus pen coupled with computing power of Note10+ lets you can use the smartphone as a video editing studio. You can shoot good quality video with blurred background and the video camera has good quality microphone that lets you capture sounds around you clearly.

The video camera also has super steady function that predicts movement by pulling from a library of over a million frames to reduce shakiness. And there’s a full editing studio to allow you to insert transitions to video clips, add subtitles, change the speed and add illustrations with the S Pen.

The Note10 + comes with effective Face Recognition and Ultrasonic fingerprint that allow you to securely unlock your phone. I found that the Face Recognition allowed me to unlock the phone very fast.

The Note10+ also comes with a large 4,300 mAh battery that allowed me to comfortably survive a day of use. It supports Super Fast Charging technology and Fast Wireless Charing 2.0.

Samsung Galaxy Note10+ with 256GB storage retails for Bt37,900, and with 512GB storage for Bt40,900.

Key specs:

Network: LTE Cat. 20

OS: Android 9.0

Processor: Exynos 9825 octa-core processor

Memory: 12 GB

Storage: 256GB, expandable with microSD card by up to 2TB

Display: 6.8-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Display with 3040×1440 pixel, HDR10+ Certified

Cameras: Rear: Quad Camera: Ultra Wide: 16MP F2.2 (123°); Wide-angle: 12MP 2PD AF F1.5/F2.4 OIS (77°); Telephoto: 12MP F2.1 OIS (45°); DepthVision Camera: VGA; Front: 10MP 2PD AF F2.2 (80°)

Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 ac/ax, VHT80 MU-MIMO, Bluetooth v5.0

GPS: Galileo, Glonass, BeiDou

Sensors: Accelerometer, Barometer, Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor, Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Hall Sensor, Proximity Sensor, RGB light sensor

Authentication: Fingerprint sensor, Face recognition

Battery: 4,300 mAh with Super Fast Charging

Dimensions: 77.2 x 162.3 x 7.9mm

Weight: 196g

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Huawei 5G technology the best option for Southeast Asia: experts

Published August 20, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374991

Huawei 5G technology the best option for Southeast Asia: experts

Aug 19. 2019
Photo by China Daily

Photo by China Daily
By The Nation

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Southeast Asian countries eyeing the promise of 5G connectivity to boost economic development are open to Chinese telecommunications company Huawei among others, experts told China Daily.

Economic considerations and a strategic foreign policy element are among the reasons why Southeast Asian countries have adopted a relative openness toward Huawei, said Amalina Anuar, an analyst with the Centre for Multilateralism Studies at the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University.

“Huawei’s 5G technology is generally reputed to be both advanced and relatively more affordable,” Anuar said. “Having a multivendor approach and avoiding exclusion of Huawei is considered a more balanced policy option so that Asean members don’t have to choose sides.”

Huawei Technologies is the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker and second-largest smartphone vendor. It has been targeted by the United States on allegations of espionage even with no evidence amid the Sino-US trade conflict. Huawei has denied all the accusations.

“Frankly, I can’t really see any sort of ground for these allegations in terms of security,” said Jake Saunders, vice-president of Asia-Pacific advisory services at ABI Research, a market intelligence company. “If you really want to make communications more secure, individual companies can put on their own encryption layer to secure traffic.”

Fifth-generation mobile technology enables gigabit speeds and more powerful connectivity. It is expected to account for 15 per cent of global mobile connections by 2025, while Asia-Pacific is on track to becoming the world’s largest 5G region, according to telecoms lobby group GSMA.

“It becomes necessary for Southeast Asian countries to explore the possibilities offered by 5G for the next generation,” said Farlina Said, analyst with the Foreign Policy and Security Studies programme at the Institute of Strategic and International Studies in Malaysia, noting 5G can be conducive for ASEAN to build the Smart Cities Network, as it will benefit disaster management, education delivery and sustainability.

ASEAN countries, which collectively form the world’s sixth-largest economy, have always been important markets for world business, and Huawei has been active in the region for 20 years. At a conference earlier this year, James Wu, president of Huawei Southeast Asia, said 5G was expected to provide Southeast Asia with industry opportunities worth $1.2 trillion, with the number of 5G subscribers likely to reach 80 million.

In February, Thailand launched a Huawei 5G test network in Chonburi. After an agreement signed in April by Cambodia’s Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications on the development of 5G, Cambodia’s Smart Axiata announced it had partnered with Huawei to build the country’s 5G network.

Huawei said in July that it has secured 50 commercial 5G contracts and has shipped more than 150,000 base stations to markets around the world.

“Huawei is very much at the cutting edge. They innovate … and they are also very competitive on price, so that is why Huawei can be such a prominent player,” said Saunders at ABI Research. “The attitude in Southeast Asia is that they want choice. That is the heart of the matter.”

For 5G’s full potential to be reached, policies must balance both security and development needs, Nanyang Technological University’s Anuar noted.

“Southeast Asia will choose its 5G solution provider based on its own interests, (and because) choosing sides is not a desirable option for ASEAN,” Anuar said.

Plan to block unlicensed cell phones immature: Ombudsman

Published August 18, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374917

Plan to block unlicensed cell phones immature: Ombudsman

Aug 17. 2019
A man holds a smartphone. The government expects to enhance its supervision of the cell phone market by validating communication gadgets through their International Mobile Equipment Identity Code (IMEI). (Shutterstock/Framesira)

A man holds a smartphone. The government expects to enhance its supervision of the cell phone market by validating communication gadgets through their International Mobile Equipment Identity Code (IMEI). (Shutterstock/Framesira)
By The Jakarta Post
Asia News Network

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The government’s plan to block the use of unlicensed cell phones entering Indonesia is immature and detrimental to the public interest, says the Indonesian Ombudsman.

The Ombudsman noted some oddities in the initiative after a recent meeting with the Communications and Information Ministry to examine the ministry’s draft for a regulation on the matter.

“It is not substantiated and neglects people’s interests,” said Alvin Lie, an Ombudsman official, during a seminar at the institution’s headquarters in Jakarta on Thursday.

“Some technical aspects are not properly [regulated], while a ministerial regulation should be technical,” he said, without specifying which points the Ombudsman had examined.

The Industry Ministry, the Trade Ministry and the Communications and Information Ministry will simultaneously issue ministerial regulations to enhance their supervision of the cell phone market by validating the gadgets through their International Mobile Equipment Identity Code (IMEI).

The regulations, aimed at protecting domestic industries and increasing national income, are expected to be issued on Aug. 17, when Indonesia celebrates its 74th year of independence

“The regulation is misdirected,” Alvin said. “If it aims to secure state revenue, we all know that the tariff on cell phone imports has been reduced to 0 percent in 2018,” he said.

Around 20 percent of smartphones in the domestic market are sold illegally without registration or certification from the authorities, according to the Indonesian Cell Phone Association (APSI). This situation resulted in an estimated Rp 2.8 trillion of foregone tax revenue. (asp)

AI provides virtual hand in sorting trash

Published August 18, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374909

AI provides virtual hand in sorting trash

Aug 17. 2019
The AI automation trash bins. CHINA DAILY

The AI automation trash bins. CHINA DAILY
By China Daily
Asia News Network

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Waste sorting is becoming less of a burden in China, especially with artificial intelligence helping streamline the process.

Shanghai enacted its compulsory waste sorting law on July 1, and announced a plan to expand AI’s application in trash sorting as part of the city’s attempt to become a national and global leader in the technology.

Shanghai, host of the 2019 World Artificial Intelligence Conference from Aug 29-31, announced the application scenario of AI-powered autonomous waste sorting on July 2 along with the expansion of 27 other new AI applications.

Trash bins that use AI to automatically sort and properly organize garbage have been set up in Shanghai’s AIsland, a dedicated hub for AI innovation and application in Zhangjiang Science and Technology City, Pudong New Area. Established in May, the 66,000-square-meter hub is the first of its kind nationwide.

According to the scenario detailed in Shanghai Chengtou Holding Co’s “application of AI technology in the classification of domestic waste”, trash cans will eventually be able to distinguish between various kinds of waste and alarm users if they sort trash incorrectly. Garbage trucks will be able to identify different trash cans and process them accordingly. In waste disposal transfer stations, robots will collect recyclable trash and put it into recycling devices after inspecting it. Residents can also use apps to command robots to collect their trash.

Tao Junjie, director of Shanghai Chengtou’s department of science, technology and information, said the company currently handles final disposal of waste.

“Improper disposal by households brings challenges to our final disposal. We hope AI can help improve waste sorting in the very beginning of trash disposal,” Tao told Shanghai-based newspaper Jiefang Daily.

Jin Lei, founder of Alpheus Intelligence & IOT Technology Co in Kunshan, Jiangsu province, a company dedicated to AI-assisted waste sorting solutions, considered AI applications in the field as feasible to help China deal with its heaping trash challenge.

“Trash sorting is imperative in China. People are taking action but it will take quite a while for the culture to set in. We need AI to accelerate the process because we can’t wait,” Jin said.

In addition to waste sorting, the 28 new scenarios recently announced by Shanghai also cover many other fields such as smart buildings, smart businesses, smart driving and other scenarios that focus on tackling hard technological issues.

Officials said the scenarios will help create a comprehensive AI application cluster in Shanghai and the city will collect solutions from global AI companies to solve problems.

Wu Jincheng, chairman of the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Economy and Informatization, said the city will strive to open more application scenarios and encourage the latest achievements in AI.

With rich application scenarios, Shanghai has been vigorously promoting the development of AI in recent years, attracting industry leaders like Microsoft, IBM and Alibaba.

The city is eyeing a global AI hub with plans to expand the scale of its industry.

Prince of Songkla University to test and research 5G

Published August 17, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374883

Prince of Songkla University to test and research 5G

Aug 16. 2019
By THE NATION

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Prince of Songkla University’s Faculty of Engineering has signed a memorandum of understanding with the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) to set up a 5G testing and research centre in the university.

The faculty has also been put in charge of setting up the regulatory sandbox for 5G testing.

Assoc Professor Dr Tanit Chalermyanont, dean of the engineering faculty and chair of the committee tasked with the 5G testing and setting up a research centre, said: “The engineering faculty is ready to drive the 5G initiative, which is consistent with the road map for NBTC. We have a modern curriculum for telecommunications that has been certified by the Council of Engineers for Electrical Communication Engineering. We also have professors and researchers from various fields collaborating as interdisciplinary teams. We can link their research to this 5G infrastructure.

“Many uses of great potential have been included in this project such as tele-health systems, security, intelligent transportation system, Industrial 4.0, smart farm, internet of things (IoT), and big data. We believe this 5G project will bring broad and concrete benefits to not just entrepreneurs but also to our communities, especially in the South.

“Those who want to join us in any activities or in testing products or anything related to 5G can submit a request to participate through the 5G regulatory sandbox coordinator.”

Huawei sets sights on leading in AI technology

Published August 17, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374870

Huawei sets sights on leading in AI technology

Aug 16. 2019
By The Nation

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Huawei is aiming beyond 5G and has set its sights on the artificial intelligence (AI) industry, said Ren Zhengfei, founder of the Chinese tech company. He said, “5G is a side dish while AI is the main dish, which will be the core strategic development for Huawei.” He was speaking during an internal conference, according to the state outlet, the Global Times.

In August, Huawei unveiled its artificial intelligence (AI) innovation centre in Suzhou, east China’s Jiangsu province. The new centre will prioritise testing innovative applications of AI in the fields of smart city building and the development of intelligent industries.

The 5G network is a tool that offers high bandwidth, low latency and supports AI research and development, said Ren, who compared 5G and AI to a screwdriver and a car, saying that “a screwdriver can make a car, but it is not a car”.

The development of AI technology has now reached a new era. In 10 to 15 years, AI will catch up with the average level of human intelligence. In two or three years, practical AI applications will become pervasive.

“The development of AI needs the support of supercomputing, super-large capacity data storage and super-speed connection. The US has supercomputers and super storage, but it doesn’t have super-speed connections due to an inadequate fibre optic network, which makes the US a step behind in the AI industry,” Ren said.

The CEO said that the company has confidence it will withstand targeting actions taken by the US government. “We are suffering the pain, but we will head to victory,” he said. “How the steel was tempered, how our staff is tempered amid US pressure. We will not only survive, we will win in the end,” the Huawei founder declared to all the company’s employees.

Ren vowed that Huawei will draw additional talented people to its research and development team, so that can make the company can achieve even greater victories in the coming five years.

For instance, Huawei paid $229,800 (Bt7.2 million) to three talented undergraduate students who had won at the ASC Student Supercomputer Challenge. In July, Huawei offered an annual salary of up to 2 million yuan ($290,000) to eight PhD graduates and talents from home and abroad.

Besides introducing new talent, Huawei also raised the salaries of its giant crops of scientists. The tech giant now has more than 700 mathematicians, 800 physicists and 120 chemists, in addition to a team of 15,000 experienced researchers.

“AI will develop in a wider range of areas and we need to attract an increasing number of excellent mathematicians to join us,” said Ren during an interview.

Market for metamaterial devices to reach $10.7 bn by 2030: report

Published August 17, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374863

Market for metamaterial devices to reach $10.7 bn by 2030: report

Aug 16. 2019
By The Nation

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Metamaterial devices are poised to grow to US$10.7 billion(Bt331 billion) by 2030 in 5G networks, autonomous vehicles, connected vehicles and more, according to a report by Lux Research.

To better understand this opportunity, the team at Lux Research, a provider of tech-enabled research and advisory services for technology innovation, analysed the market landscape to understand where and how this technology will drive future growth in their new report, “Metamaterials Market Forecast”.

Metamaterials are assemblies of multiple elements formed from a composite of materials that often include various metals and plastics.

The report, released on Wednesday in Boston, reveals how metamaterial designs (made up of a combination of materials) enable devices to achieve much higher performance and efficiency than conventional offerings. Metamaterials are being deployed for telecommunication antennas, electromagnetic sensors like radar and lidar, vibration damping, energy harvesting and wireless charging. Critically, these metamaterial devices all use combinations of standard, existing materials. Moreover, advances in manufacturing technologies, from 3D printing to lithography, now enable startups to cost-effectively manufacture these devices at scale.

“Metamaterials enable electromagnetic and acoustic performance characteristics that no conventional design can match, and are finally becoming practical to manufacture and use,” said Anthony Vicari, an analyst at Lux Research and lead author of the report. “These performance advantages are especially valuable in communications antennas, as well as sensors such as radar and lidar. With the imminent rollout in 5G network infrastructure and devices, and the subsequent projected growth in connected and autonomous vehicles, metamaterials are becoming viable at just the right time to see rapid growth in these new markets.”

The report provides a detailed technical and market landscape, as well as market forecasts across key application segments.

Key takeaways include:

• Metamaterial devices offer smaller size, greater energy efficiency, and more precise directionality and control. In many cases, metamaterial devices are not much more expensive to produce than conventional devices. As a result, once metamaterial options reach the market, conventional offerings are likely to become uncompetitive.

• The 5G segment will grow rapidly in the early 2020s with the rollout of new network infrastructure. Growth in the sensor market, especially for automotive, will take off in the late 2020s.

• The startup landscape has more than doubled in size in the past few years, reflecting accelerating innovation in this space and a larger underlying ecosystem of research groups familiar with the technology.

• Key early metamaterial antenna patents are set to expire in the 2024-2028 timeframe. At that point, the analysts expect to see a rapid increase in the number of companies developing metamaterials, like the explosion of activity 3D printing experienced after early patents expired between 2005 and 2008.

• Metamaterials are a design-driven trend and build on the current momentum in design software and additive manufacturing. As a result, expect rapid technology adoption at the speed of software, not the slower pace typical of new material innovations.

Robot traffic police now on the job in North China

Published August 16, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374861

Robot traffic police now on the job in North China

Aug 16. 2019
By The Nation

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China’s first robot police have been put to work in the city of Handa in North China’s Hebei Province.

The Handan Public Security Bureau announced the use of three types of traffic robot police in a ceremony held on Wednesday. Equipped with intelligent cameras, the robots can spot traffic violations, give offenders verbal warnings and take photos of incidents. The robots were developed using big data, artificial intelligence, cloud computing and laser-based navigation.

The road patrol robot, which resembles a traffic police officer in a yellow uniform and white hat, can identify drivers and take photos of illegal behaviour through its automatic navigation system, as well as give reminders to jaywalkers.

The customer service robot is designed to provide information and answer questions from the public at vehicle registration centres. The robot automatically reports security risks and suspects to police.

The small, portable, remote-controlled traffic robots can help manage the scene at a road accident by giving visual and audible directions to passing drivers.

The robots will be programmed with additional functions to help with vehicle management and traffic management, and will be on duty 24/7. In recent years, e high-tech innovations have been increasingly applied in daily police work in China.

Seminar hosted by VST ECS puts Internet of Things opportunities in the spotlight

Published August 16, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374843

Seminar hosted by VST ECS puts Internet of Things opportunities in the spotlight

Aug 16. 2019
Figures in the ICT industry share ideas during a seminar held by VST ECS (Thailand).

Figures in the ICT industry share ideas during a seminar held by VST ECS (Thailand).
By The Nation

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VST ECS (Thailand), a member of VST ECS Group, joined IT business vendors in holding a seminar on the Internet of Things (IoT) for over 150 dealers.

The event was called “VST ECS IoT & Security Solution Day” and was also backed by Dell, D-Link, HIP, FreeWave and Nutanix.

Its purpose was to present information about IoT Trends and IoT for Manufacturing 4.0, all of which draw on the trendiest innovations and conform to the digital Economy policy of the Thai government.

The event also received cooperation from the partners of the company, with independent software vendors (ISV) such as AMR Asia, E-ideas, i-Bitz and Zenalyse sharing knowledge on smart city solutions, smart manufacturing and education, smart security and smart factory, including with a booth display the solutions.

VST ECS Group is a leading ICT distributor in Asia Pacific.

LG Electronics’ new wide-screen monitors pitched at Apple users

Published August 16, 2019 by SoClaimon

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https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30374844

LG Electronics’ new wide-screen monitors pitched at Apple users

Aug 16. 2019
By The Nation

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LG Electronics (Thailand) has introduced a 27-inch UltraFineTM 5K Display, which, along with the company’s 24-inch UltraFineTM 4K Display, gives consumers two quality monitors that are designed for the latest Apple products.

LG’s UltraFine displays “deliver amazing image quality when connected to a Mac or iPad Pro”, the company said. Designed to enhance productivity, the LG UltraFineTM 5K delivers powerful all-around performance and the latest connectivity options. With Thunderbolt 3 and USB Type-C support, the monitor works with the latest Mac notebooks and desktops, as well as iPad Pro. LG’s 5K monitor allows users to configure a versatile Mac workstation with video, audio and data transfer through a single cable. And thanks to 94 watts of power, the UltraFineTM 5K can also charge any USB-C compliant host such as Mac or iPad.

Designed to meet the needs of creative designers, photographers and videographers, the LG UltraFineTM 5K is “a superior wide-screen solution that delivers precise detail and colour”, the company said. It boasts a P3 wide colour gamut and 500-nit brightness for optimised images, with no calibration required. The monitor’s 218 pixels per inch (PPI) result in more than 14.7 million pixels that render lifelike images and razor-sharp text for viewing multiple windows and tools simultaneously. The built-in camera, microphone, and stereo speakers provide a rich multimedia experience.

LG UltraFineTM 5K is designed for next-level convenience, with adjustable height and tilt for user comfort. Compatibility with macOS Mojave 10.14.6 and iOS 12.4 enables users to control brightness and volume directly from the Touch Bar or keyboard on MacBook Pro.

“The first LG UltraFineTM series was well received by creative professionals for its exceptional performance and convenience,” said Jang Ik-hwan, head of LG’s IT business division. “Ease of use, seamless integration, and stunning screen quality make LG UltraFineTM monitors a great choice for Apple users.”

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