Schneider Electric integrates Hailo AI for edge analysis

Schneider Electric integrates Hailo AI for edge analysis

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By Nick Flaherty

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Schneider Electric is working with Hailo Technologies to integrate edge AI into automation and energy networks.

Integrating the Hailo-8 AI processor into the Schneider Electric industrial automation systems provides intelligence at the edge. Scheider sees this being used for improvements in pick and place technology, achieving object detection tasks six times faster than central processing units (CPUs) as well as quality control classification processes running 20 times faster than a CPU. It also sees yield optimization improving output and throughput, reducing waste by 15% on average.

The Hailo-8 processor is an efficient and compact AI processor with low power consumption, enabling real-time, high-accuracy data analysis at the edge.

“We are always looking to partner with companies that can help us deliver the most cutting-edge solution available on the market,” said Aurelien LeSant, Senior Vice President Innovation & Technology and Chief Technology Officer, Industrial Automation at Schneider Electric. “The Hailo collaboration reinforces our commitment to innovation and next-generation technology. It signifies an important step in delivering intelligent, energy-efficient solutions that will shape the future of industries.”

“We are proud to work with Schneider Electric, an industry pioneer that has recognized the transformative potential of integrating AI capabilities into its industrial automation solutions,” said Eyal Barnea, VP of Business Development at Hailo Technologies. “Our technology will empower its customers to create new powerful, cost-efficient, and smart AI-based solutions quickly and easily.” 

Schneider Electric demonstrated the collaboration with Hailo Technologies at the Smart Production Solutions (SPS) event in Nuremberg, Germany, this week combining multi-carrier machine applications, robotics, and AI to pick a chip from a circuit board quickly and efficiently.


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