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In-depth information about the embedded vision market, applications, technologies, products, and trends.

The content in this section of the website comes from EVA members and other industry luminaries. The Overview shows all of the content, sorted by date. Other tabs sort the material by type. If you'd like to contribute an original, in-depth article to the EVA, propose your content in this section of the forum.

Videantis provides key semiconductor technology for next-generation Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Infotainment.

This research note from Oliver Philippou, senior analyst for IHS, provides information on the audio and video door phone market.

This research note from Jon Cropley, Principal Analyst for IHS, provides information on the Indian market for video surveillance equipment.

This research note from IHS research manager Justin Siller discusses automated number plate recognition for free-flowing parking structures.

The Embedded Vision Alliance's Jan. 27, 2015 email newsletter edition covers a diversity of embedded vision technology and product topics.

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Videantis' demonstration examples include structure from motion and pedestrian detection algorithms, both implemented in ADAS applications.

VanGogh Imaging's demonstration examples include object recognition and 3D modeling, both running on modest processing hardware.

SarmoTek's ADAS algorithms account for for high vehicle speed, modest processor performance, and challenging environmental conditions.

Auviz Systems' AuvizCV functions are optimized versions of OpenCV algorithms. This video demos histogram equalization and Harris Corners.

Almalence's "Super Sensor" computational photography algorithms deliver increased resolution, dynamic range and low light sensitivity.

The Internet of Things, the interconnection of uniquely identifiable embedded computing devices, is a key vision processing opportunity.

This project centers on integrating multiple human-machine technologies on a single platform for better power and cost efficiencies.

John Feland of Argus Insights delivers a presentation at the December 2014 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting.

Elif Albuz of NVIDIA delivers a presentation at the December 2014 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting.

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Doug Johnston of Prism Skylabs delivers a presentation at the December 2014 Embedded Vision Alliance Member Meeting.

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The first complete CPU/GPU-like development and run-time experience for FPGAs is now OpenCL conformance compliant.

The Embedded Vision Alliance's Jan. 13, 2015 email newsletter edition covers a diversity of embedded vision technology and product topics.

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FotoNation and Guangdong Oppo Mobile Telecommunications have reshaped mobile photography with the panorama features of the OPPO N3 and R5.

The AdasWorks (Kishonti) Automated Driving solution relies only on vision-based information processed from one front-facing camera.

The N2 achieves its performance and battery life by integrating CogniVue's CV2201 Image Cognition Processor featuring a fist-gen APEX core.