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Market Analysis

This page presents highlights of market research from a wide range of sources on embedded vision markets. This includes end equipment markets, such as video surveillance, automotive safety, and mobile devices. It also includes enabling technology markets, such as processors and sensors.

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The purpose and intent of this report is to progressively summarize the available hardware solutions for vision processing.

A number of lessons have been learned since the 1990s when consumer VR last generated this much hype, with huge strides having been made.

Business intelligence and situational awareness use cases will expand video analytics market demand beyond the current focus.

Automotive sensors enabling advanced vision, awareness, and emergency response systems will experience strong growth.

Stringent vehicle safety legislation, improving socioeconomic conditions and growing demand for premium cars fuel ADAS demand.

A self-piloting drone would not only eliminate the need for an operator, but would also provide other advantages.

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

The level of "smart camera" intelligence has increased significantly over time. Today's cameras are driven by computer vision technology.

It is possible to reconfigure FPGAs on the fly, making them as adaptable as GPU software. FPGAs also have a performance per watt advantage.

Six deep learning-enabled vision applications in digital media, healthcare, agriculture, retail, manufacturing, and other industries.