Meetup Cafe: Interactive Session with Mr. George Brody, Founder & CEO InfoNet of Things LLC, 20th February 2020 at KSUM, Kochi
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Meetup Cafe is a platform aiming to bring innovators, industry leaders, investors, academicians, and government officials together.
Venue: Integrated Startup Complex, Kochi
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/MeetupCafeFebruary
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After briefly retiring from corporate life subsequent to a 43-year career that included 26 years of Big Company life mixed in with an exciting 17-year entrepreneurial journey, George is currently the Founder and Managing Partner of InfoNet of Things LLC, an IoT solutions company. He is also giving back to the community via initiatives such as AWRC-NTX. Prior to that, as Founder, President and CEO of GlobeRanger, George was responsible for guiding the company through its integration phase and global growth following its acquisition by Fujitsu in May 2014. George’s vision of the ‘enterprise edge’, born out of his pioneering work in the wireless world, is the foundation of GlobeRanger’s market leading iMotion platform. Prior to co-founding GlobeRanger in 1999, Brody served as Vice President and General Manager of Nortel Networks’ Wireless Network Solutions division where he managed a series of entrepreneurial start-ups including Wireless New Business Ventures, a business incubator. During his tenure at Nortel, as Vice President of Wireless Technology, Brody was responsible for its global wireless product development programs and the management of the Bell Northern Research Labs in Richardson, a world-class research and development organization that employed more than 2,500 professionals.
Brody was also the Chairman of MobME Wireless Pvt Ltd, an exciting Wireless technology venture, based in Cochin, India for over seven years. His current professional interests lie in the areas of entrepreneurship and the creation of new ventures at the intersection of wireless technology with medical and enterprise applications involving IoT as well as Augmented Reality/Virtual reality.
@sreu13 I edited comment please read that again. Most probably it will not effect your file system. In some scenarios it can create worse effect.
@arunksoman i'll try this method, but while executing swap command, will the rasbian os and the files it contains be effected??
Ensure that you are installed tensorflow 1.x since screenshot of your code shows something like
from keras.layers.convolution import covolution2D
It is not correct in case for tensorflow 2.0 since keras api is part of tensorflow itself.
Another thing is try to expand your file system. It should be do with your own risk.sudo raspi-config Navigate to Advanced options Select advanced options and hit enter(I believes tab key is useful here) Choose Expand File System and hit enter finish. Then your pi may prompt to reboot. If it didn't run. Execute
sudo reboot Then execute following commands one by one: $ sudo apt-get purge wolfram-engine $ sudo apt-get purge libreoffice* $ sudo apt-get clean $ sudo apt-get autoremove Then increase swap memory by editing following file swapfile:
$ sudo nano /etc/dphys-swapfile It will open nano editor. Navigate to variable CONF_SWAPSIZE=100
It indicates your current swap is only 100mb.#CONF_SWAPSIZE=100 CONF_SWAPSIZE=2048 Save the file and exit nano editor. sudo reboot
So you just have to increase by commenting down this line and increase to appropriate value something like shown below for 2GB swap:
I believes if it did not helped you, you have to think about MOVIDIUS or NVIDIA Jetson nano etc.
@arunksoman tensorflow 2.0.0 version had been installed
I will look more into it. Thanks again