2019 Great Bay Area Summit (GBAS)

2019 Great Bay Area Summit (GBAS) on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence was held in Shenzhen from Nov. 1st to 2nd. The event was jointly hosted by China Science and Technology Exchange Center, Shenzhen Association for Science and Technology and Shenzhen Industry-University-Research Institute Collaboration Association.

As one of the standing members of Shenzhen Internet of Things Industry Association, ELITEUN Group was invited to the exhibition where three of ELITEUN IoT systems made their debut all together. Lightweight IoT Access Control System (LIACS), Multi-factor Vehicle Surveillance System (MVSS) and Hybrid Meter Reading System (HMRS), they and their subsystems can either be deployed independently, or combined flexibly to make up different solutions. Innovative technologies, comprehensive functions, various applicable scenarios attracted many industry friends, domestic and foreign users to visit for consultation.

 

Picture above shows the demo of LIACS. The system brings extraordinary advantages of lightweight and easy deployment for its extensive capability to support both wired or wireless authentication methods such as face recognition, fingerprint identification, password, Bluetooth, RFID.

 

Picture above shows the demo of MVSS. MVSS is composed of three subsystems: face recognition, license plate recognition and vehicle undercarriage scanning. Subsystems are managed on a unified platform to greatly simplify security management operation. Multiple inspections and control are conducted simultaneously to ensure security efficiency.

 

Picture above shows the demo of HMRS. The system is able to manage analog and digital meters on a unified application platform, saving the considerable cost of reconstruction, such as dismantling and replacing old meters. Besides basic functions of real-time monitoring and remote control, HMRS can also be configured to connect and manage multiple sensors to meet diverse needs of different users or in various scenarios.

 

A team of Japanese scientists attending the high-level forum is observing and discussing about ELITEUN technologies.

 

Release Date: 2019/11/08