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One-day summit features 24 expert talks plus 2 keynotes focused on creating products using computer vision.

Three-day event spans applications from automotive to toys with hands-on workshops, innovative speakers and live demonstrations.

Chipset brings the flexibility and color accuracy of award-winning DLP Cinema DMD to windshields.

Sony is discontinuing its CCD sensors. Pierre Cambou (Yole Développement) assesses what the move means for machine vision camera suppliers.

Three major machine vision companies have reported strong sales figures for 2014, representing yet another promising sign for the industry.

The Embedded Vision Alliance's April 9, 2015 email newsletter edition covers a diversity of embedded vision technology and product topics.

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Featured for the first time will be the Altera multichannel, real-time H.265 hardware codec delivering a high quality full HD experience.

Xilinx demonstrating 4K/8K video connectivity, video processing & development platforms that support industry transition to all IP networks

DesignWare EV processor family delivers faster object detection with significantly lower power consumption.

NVIDIA's Drive PX ADAS platform is based on the Tegra X1 SoC.

Peter McGuinness, Director of Multimedia Technology Marketing, demonstrates a lane departure warning application.

The Embedded Vision Alliance's Mar. 24, 2015 email newsletter edition covers a diversity of embedded vision technology and product topics.

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ReCo has been chosen by Sensity Systems as the foundation for adding intelligent vision processing to its high-speed Light Sensory Network.

A variety of front, surround and rear view ADAS applications are demonstrated by CEO Dr. Csaba Rekeczky running on an Altera Cyclone V SoC.

The HOG (Histogram of Oriented Gradients)- and Haar-based people-detection algorithm runs on the company's MM3101 vision processing core.

ADAS and other automotive infotainment applications run on the company's DRA75x "Jacinto 6 Ex" SoC.

This research note from IHS Principal Analyst Jon Cropley provides info on a recent development in the video surveillance equipment market.

The company's Drive CX ADAS platform is based on the Tegra X1 SoC.

The technique is applicable to a variety of ADAS and other applications, and runs on the company's vision processing cores.

Demos include OpenCL-based and GPU-accelerated video tracking and analytics and face detection algorithms, as well as Android frameworks.