Origin Wireless and nami.ai have introduced a new AIoT platform that uses Wi-Fi access points to bring sensing capabilities to the smallest of smart devices, allowing them to differentiate among humans, pets, robot vacuums, pets and appliances. Origin’s Wi-Fi sensing software uses AI to track Wi-Fi radio waves. As the waves encounter people, walls and objects, they set off sensors in the software enabling the edge-hosted platform to detect important events, for instance when a person falls over and any effect on their breathing rate. Nami.ai launched last year to bring privacy-compliant AIoT to connected devices. The company says its machine learning algorithms eschew privacy risks that undermine smart home products. The algorithms encompass firmware, cloud services, application interfaces and user interfaces.
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