Xailient taps Morse Micro for HaLoW AI cameras

Xailient taps Morse Micro for HaLoW AI cameras

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By Nick Flaherty

Xailient in the US has signed a strategic partnership with Morse Micro for HaLoW WiFi AI smart cameras.

The deal accelerates the trend of practical, production-ready solutions in smart camera technology by combining Xailient’s AI computer vision with Morse Micro’s HaLoW wireless chips.

HaLoW, or 802.11ah, operates in the unlicensed ISM bands below 1 GHz using WiFI protocols and so can connect over long distances exceeding 1 km, well beyond the reach of traditional WiFi. This can greatly extend the range and coverage of smart camera networks and provide low power for battery-operated and energy-efficient smart cameras.

Xailient’s state-of-the-art AI models and algorithms will enable smart cameras to perform advanced tasks such as object detection, facial recognition, and anomaly detection with real time processing for instantaneous decision-making and response, crucial for applications like security and automation.

“We are excited to collaborate with Morse Micro to bring the next generation of smart cameras to market,” said Lars Oleson, CEO of Xailient. “Our combined expertise will empower businesses and organizations to harness the full potential of AI-driven computer vision in a wireless, energy-efficient manner.”

Smart cameras are becoming increasingly important across multiple industries, from security and surveillance to industrial automation, retail analytics, and beyond. This collaboration will deliver innovative solutions that enhance the long-range wireless communications capabilities of these cameras, making them more intelligent, adaptable, and responsive to real-world challenges.

“Morse Micro’s partnership with Xailient will enable wireless smart camera designs capable of reaching farther than traditional Wi-Fi versions,” said Michael De Nil, CEO of Morse Micro. “Together, we will provide more robust, more cost-effective, and more scalable Wi-Fi HaLow smart camera solutions for a wide range of innovative applications.”;


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