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Fog computing is a system-level horizontal architecture that distributes resources and services of computing, storage, control and networking anywhere along the continuum from Cloud to Things. It is a:
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High-Scale Package Drone Delivery
This use case examines the advantages, requirements and restrictions of drone package delivery in a fog computing environment. Download the use case.
Real-time Subsurface Imaging
Subsurface imaging and monitoring in real time is crucial for understanding subsurface structures and dynamics that may pose risks or opportunities for oil/gas exploration and production, civil infrastructure, etc., while minimizing environmental impact. This use case examines a new approach to real-time subsurface imaging through a mesh network of fog nodes. Download the use case.