AI paves the way for the future of the electronics industry

Posted By :Arun Singh |29th July 2021

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The electronics industry has a long history of innovation. These technologically enhanced innovations have not only paved the way for electronic disruption but also made way for a revolution in all other industries. 

Experts believe that it is still in the conference, and AI will play a significant role in it. Installation of AI is increasingly on the agenda of companies of all sizes here. Technology is transforming businesses in both industry and consumer sectors. The results are astounding.


Technology Intelligence enables people to live intelligently, safer, and comfortable lives. Utilizing AI-power enhances growth channels and financial opportunities in the consumer electronics industry. Google, Intel, Apple, Samsung, etc. Currently, only a handful of global companies are developing AI chips and processors.



How to maximize the benefits of AI.


  • Encourage more significant access to data for researchers without compromising personal privacy.
  • Investing more government money in unspecified AI research.
  • Promoting new forms of digital education and developing AI staff so that employees have the skills needed in the 21st-century economy.
  • Creating an AI advisory committee that makes policy recommendations.
  • Among government and local officials to formulate effective policies.
  • Control more AI objectives than specific algorithms.
  • Take critical complaints so that AI does not repeat historical injustices, injustices, or discrimination of data or algorithms.
  • Maintaining human resource management systems, and
  • Punish harmful AI behavior and promote cyber security.



Areas where AI seems to be helpful in the electronics industry




Manufacturers of advanced electronic devices such as Samsung, Mitsubishi, and Hitachi use AI for cutting-edge research. The companies are making a long-term investments in Artificial Industry research to identify trading systems and explore how these technologies can help improve their existing product range. The study focuses on machine observation, voice recognition, sound processing, and other critical AI-related areas. Through these R&D programs, organizations strive to understand better the context of usage, user performance, preferences, and needs.





However, the use of AI is not limited to this area of production. The industry also uses AI to redesign product development cycles, improve product design processes, reduce defects and deliver products faster to market.

AI-enabled electronic production helps companies create easy-to-use flow streams to develop the following product line quickly. They compile and collect anonymous data from various sources such as sensors attached to products, customer usage patterns, current market conditions, audio and video files, expert opinions, device manuals, and more. This helps generate critical information where electronics companies can improve product quality, reduce costs and efficiently respond to market needs.





As electronics companies build intelligent devices and are highly connected to the industry, they need to ensure the safety of these devices for domestic and consumer use. Multiple connected devices mean more opportunities for cybercriminals. With AI, developers can add security options built into these connected devices and make them more secure than ever before.

The ability of AI to learn street patterns, basic functionality, user behavior, and precise identification in real-time has made it worthwhile for use in this crucial business area. AI-enabled security systems, baby monitors, webcams, and face-to-face surveillance systems enhance security in general. The electronics industry is also using this technology to protect these devices from intrusion, vulnerability, and attack.



Putting AI to work with electricity


The growth of AI is particularly evident in the electronics industry. Organizations that have not yet embarked on their journey should start using this technology to their advantage. It has excellent potential to improve the industry's product, processes, and services, and several companies are also using it. Let's take a look at two significant ways electronics makers use AI.

Electronic device production can use AI to create smart devices and enhance their performance. For example, AI-enabled TVs can help create settings for on / off, volume, picture mode, and other vital parameters to ensure that viewers can easily use the TV. In addition, using techniques such as face/voice recognition and customized recommendations also promises to make the viewing experience more personal.



AI transforming Consumer Electronics


Wise Home with Bosch


The room thermostat is a new addition to the Bosch Smart Home product line. This device measures the temperature of the real-time chamber and humidity and automatically controls the radiator thermostat to save energy. For example, if the sun shines brightly and the room temperature rises above the set number, the thermostat will automatically lower the shutters.


Smart TV


Personalized recommendations and facial recognition bring the best experience and personality to viewers. Viewers can connect Smart TV and Wi-Fi to watch live streaming videos or shows on Amazon Prime and Netflix. The future of the business environment promises a rich viewing experience where users can browse Facebook or view emails on the smart TV itself. Additionally, the AI-enabled optimizer will deliver HD-quality images at low bandwidth


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Smart Helmet has LED signature with SOS warning.


The EVO21 Smart Helmet uses LED lights to alert drivers in front of you. Not only that, it can show your path to those behind you. The front of the hat uses an LED flashlight, and the rear has 270 stems.

These lights can intelligently adapt your work to your ride by using sensors that detect movement and speed. So, for example, when you get to the stop, the lights will point to those in front of you or behind you (not unlike a car) so that drivers can respond appropriately.

Making a chance? The controller that connects to your bike handle can use LEDs as a car turn signal, left or right. LIVALL even considered making the headlight visible at 45 degrees to ensure you are visible when you tilt your head down. 



The Nothing Ear has effective audio cancellation and amazing sound quality.


Nothing seeks to bring the best listening experience through the use of advanced technology and engineering. The ear features a robust 11.6 mm driver with vibrant buses. Generous air chambers lend themselves to mid-range performance and mobility. These features are greatly enhanced by the talents acquired from Teenage Engineering. It all results in audio that will no doubt delight your audiophiles. 

Does a noisy environment prevent you from enjoying music? Nothing makes you sound and clear. The N.ears include active audio canceling to block those annoying background sounds. This is great for public settings. All you have to do is press a button to switch between the sound cancellation mode and the display mode (where you can hear your location is precise).





The adoption of AI in electronics and in-home users is strengthening. Standard manufacturers have used AI systems throughout the industry supply chain. In contrast, the emergence of 5G, AI, and IoT has opened up opportunities to integrate innovative hardware and mobile devices for fast communication.

IBM research reveals that 41% of power companies will introduce or convert new business models over two to three years. AI and Big Data Analytics will be at the forefront of business transformation in the future. Are you ready for the future?


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Arun Singh

Arun is a MEAN stack developer. He has a fastest and efficient way of problem solving techniques. He is very good in JavaScript and also have a little bit knowledge of Java and Python.

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