At AWS re:Invent 2017, Amazon launched AWS Deep Lens, a smart camera powered by Intel Graphics Engine and AWS services such as GreenGrass, SageMaker, IoT Core, and Lambda. As an AI enthusiast, I was fascinated by the design and architecture of DeepLens. As soon as I got back home from Vegas, I dissected the architecture and published an in-depth analysis at The New Stack.
Three years later, at re:Invent 2020, Amazon announced AWS Panorama, an industry-grade, enterprise-ready version of AWS DeepLens. It is built to enable customers to accelerate the deployment of computer vision-based applications. AWS Panorama can turn any existing Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) compatible IP camera into an intelligent, smart camera.
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