Infinite Devices is a German start-up that is revolutionizing the AIoT market. infinimesh is the first cloud-native, scalable open-source AIoT platform in Germany and organizes the control, management and evaluation of IoT devices and sensors.
The innovative Audio Recognition Framework builds on noise detection with artificial intelligence. Via Audition + Midi Streaming sensor measurements are converted into midi controller data and subjected to logical operations in a rule engine before being transmitted via the platform to connected midi instruments such as synthesizers, effects and mixers. Realize the integration of AI music plugins and LSTM-ML algorithms into musical projects, as well as networking.
The full potential of the infinimesh AIoT platform unfolds through the integration of sensors against vandalism and cargo theft: Truck Norris and Cut Spencer are innovative security tools against burglary and destruction.
3-D sensor technology is the key to our innovative facility management tools: Our SmartCountr and SmartDistancr access management enables reliable entry and exit control in high-traffic buildings. Because of the versatile plug-and-play combinations with other sensors that can be used, the system is the basis for modern smart city solutions.
SmartCountr in practice: Because of the versatile plug-and-play combinations with other sensors that can be used, the system is the basis for modern smart city solutions.
Powerplay at the Sparkassen-Eisdom in Halle: With the digital solution from Infinite Devices, the Sparkassen-Eisdom is once again open for public skating according to the 3-G rule.
How can you safely measure visitor flows in pandemic times? We have developed the innovative “SmartCountr” access control system for this purpose, which is already being used successfully by many customers in Germany.
“To date, little attention has been paid by the research community to the applications of internetofthings (IoT) in the field of interactive sonification to the shared control of the sound system by both the user performing gestures local to the system itself and by one or more remote users.”