Terminus Group joins hands with Intel to promote green and smart industrial park development

A super smart industrial park wakes up in the morning, while its brain and body are orderly operating, as always...


This is Terminus Group’s self-developed smart industrial park - Wuhan AI CITY, located in the Sino-French Wuhan Ecological Town, Caidian District, Wuhan, Hubei Province. Supported by Intel® Smart Edge, and Terminus Group’s AIoT-based software and hardware integrated solutions, Wuhan AI CITY has been able to achieve smart and low-carbon efficient operation and management, creating a demonstration for regional smart industrial parks and urban green sustainable development.


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Terminus Group Wuhan AI CITY


Low-carbon and smart scenarios can be seen everywhere within Wuhan AI CITY: clean energy provision, smart robot services, automatic lightings and air conditioning, etc. For those who work in the campus, they will find that the upgrade in their experiences seamless and frictionless. Since its inauguration, with the support of the ecosystem partners, Wuhan AI CITY has achieved carbon neutrality by using digital and smart technologies.


Large industrial parks like AI CITY always come with complex scenarios and various users’ needs. To achieve precise and flexible operation poses a great challenge to the software and hardware deployed within.


To this end, Terminus Group joined hands with Intel®, and developed a low-carbon smart industrial park solutions based on its city-level TacOS cloud-edge all-in-one product suite. The solution includes dual carbon applications such as a building automation system (OriginSYS), a smart solar power system, an urban carbon emission management system, and an energy trading platform. Through the deployment of energy conservation, energy storage, solar power, and charging solutions on smart terminals, Terminus Group enables comprehensive carbon management across multiple scenarios, from professional applications to comprehensive platforms.


Terminus Group’s low-carbon smart park solution is based on TacOS, an AIoT city operating system created by the company to meet the needs of urban digital intelligence. TacOS establishes a modular five-dimensional urban spatial logic architecture, realizes the large-scale customization of cities based on ecosystem needs, improves urban operational efficiency, reduces costs and risks, and contributes to the sustainable development of smart cities.


In response to the requirements of the dual carbon targets, TacOS integrates a product portfolio of comprehensive platforms and vertical applications based on an unified IoT foundation, digital twin technology, and business intelligence (BI). The operating system provides full-lifecycle carbon footprint monitoring and management from energy production to consumption, and meets the digital intelligence, sustainability, and low-carbon demands of scenarios such as buildings, communities, smart parks, and cities.


At the edge, TacOS is optimized for bare-metal machines and virtual machines built on Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, Intel Atom® processors, Intel® discrete GPUs, and Intel® integrated GPUs, providing strong computing power for upper-layer applications. At the cloud, TacOS uses a container platform based on Intel® Smart Edge Open, which integrates AI, media processing, network functions, and security workloads to meet the needs of various applications.


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Dr. Xiansheng HUA, CTO of Terminus Group


Dr. Xiansheng HUA, CTO of Terminus Group, believes the full-stack smart cloud-edge collaborative architecture is the key to implement AI technology in specific scenarios. Based on Terminus Group and Intel® cloud-edge collaborative solution, an efficient collaborative mechanism between the cloud and the edge has been formed, achieving the dynamic allocation of resources and the intelligent deployment of tasks. The extensive intelligence of cloud-end solutions provides a new paradigm for green and smart cities, further increasing the operating efficiency of cities while lowering the operating cost and risks. Terminus Group hopes to achieve an equilibrium between economic development and energy consumption and carbon emission in the future, to enable the continuous operation and sustainable development of the earth, and improve the well-being of the mankind.


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Dr. Wei CHEN, Vice President of Intel and General Manager of Intel NEX Group China


Dr. Wei CHEN, Vice President of Intel and General Manager of Intel NEX Group China, pointed out that the comprehensive cloud-edge-end collaborative architecture, developed by Terminus Group and Intel®, can ensure the timely collecting, transmitting, storing, and analyzing of the environment information, and guarantee the performance of the applications. As an edge computing technology promoter, Intel is committed to promoting green computing by decreasing carbon emission during data processing and transmitting, and contributing its efforts to sustainable development.


Driven by AIoT technology, Terminus Group will keep promoting the implementation of low-carbon and smart management in industrial parks and cities by joining hands with ecosystem partners, iterating its cloud platforms, digital models and algorithm technology systems, strengthening energy-consumption and energy-saving operating management, and optimizing its green and smart decision-making product solutions in urban scenarios for a greener and more sustainable future.