The 5G patrol robots integrate IoT, AI, cloud computing, and bigdata 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) aimed at IoT applications. Developed by Advantech, a leading provider of high-performance industrial computing solutions, the MIC-770 industrial-grade edge computer combined with MIC-75G20 GPU iModule provides a high performance system for AI training and inference. To withstand 24/7 operation under extreme conditions, the MIC-770’s ruggedized chassis and cast aluminum heat sink protect against vibration and shock. The passive thermal solution ensures silent operation and all electronic components satisfy industrial standards for environmental protection, EMI/ESD tolerance, and high-voltage surge requirements (2KV). The MIC-75G20 GPU iModule supports PCIe/PCI I/F add on cards, such as frame grabber, GPU, and motion control cards, in addition to mainstream GPU cards (with active cooling), and reserves an additional 12VDC of power from the onboard connector for cards that require additional power. Aside from facial recognition, vehicle recognition, and toxic gas detection, with this edge solution, robots can perform preliminary incident handling, sound alarms, and scare off intruders with noise. When patrolling, they can make computing -based judgments and analyze human behavior. They provide backstage notifications immediately after taking pictures, scanning, and analysis, and act in coordination with command centers for public security departments. Augmented reality (AR) visualization allows public security departments to step into the era of intelligence.