China's 5G patrol robots developed by the Guangzhou Gosuncn Robot Company use Advantech's technology. The robots monitor mask wearing and body temperatures in public places. The robots are equipped with five high-resolution cameras and infrared thermometers capable of scanning the temperature of ten people simultaneously within a radius of 5m. If a high temperature or the absence of a mask is detected, the robots send an alert to the authorities. Data is transmitted to a centralised control centre for real-time response and decision making. The robots can also be controlled remotely, thereby saving manpower by reducing patrolling responsibilities and preventing cross-infection. Gosuncn's 5G patrol robots integrate IoT, AI, cloud computing and big data technologies to conduct environmental sensing, dynamic decision-making, autonomous motion control, as well as behavioral sensing and interaction. To enable such advanced computing, 5G patrol robots are powered by a high-performance industrial edge computer (MIC-770) equipped with an 8th-gen Intel Core i processor and GPU iModule (MIC-75G20) for IoT applications. The robots are equipped with five high-resolution cameras and infrared thermometers capable of scanning the temperature of ten people simultaneously within a radius of 5m The MIC-770 industrial-grade edge computer combined with MIC-75G20 GPU iModule provide a high-performance system for AI training and inference. The MIC-770+MIC-75G20 solution can be applied to various applications, including urban security, smart equipment, autonomous vehicles, AI inference servers, high-end medical or security inspection equipment, and machine vision solutions to enable diverse industrial automation applications.