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April 27, 2016

Next Week's Vision Technology Showcase Delivers Hands-on Experiences at the Embedded Vision Summit

New advances in deployable computer vision technology are emerging at an incredible rate, and including the right new technologies in your new product design can enable huge competitive advantage. The Vision Technology Showcase at the Embedded Vision Summit is a unique opportunity to see many of the latest enabling technologies – including processors and development tools –and to speak directly with suppliers’ engineers about how to apply them in your products. Watch demos. See and touch the latest products.
April 19, 2016

The May 2-4 Embedded Vision Summit's Enabling Technologies Track Explores Products for Diverse Design Situations

The recently discussed Business Insights Track isn't the only new track at this year's Embedded Vision Summit. Also make sure to check out the Enabling Technologies Track, where you'll learn about the latest computer vision processors, tools, and other technologies that you can use to develop practical, innovative products now.
April 13, 2016

The May 2-4 Embedded Vision Summit's Business Track Delivers Practical Insights

In addition to delivering expert system, algorithm, hardware and software technical perspectives in the Technical Insights track, this year's Embedded Vision Summit adds two new presentation tracks, tailored for specific audiences. The Business Insights Track is ideal for business executives, marketers, analysts, and investors seeking an understanding of the commercial computer vision landscape.
April 5, 2016

Make Your Vote Count at the Embedded Vision Summit's May 3 Vision Tank Competition

The competition applications have been received, five particularly interesting finalists have been chosen from the hundreds of start-ups now developing cool computer-vision-based products, and on May 3 at 4:15PM, the live finals will take place. What am I talking about?
April 1, 2016

"Embedded Vision: How a Car Sees," a Free Upcoming Webcast from the Embedded Vision Alliance

On Friday, April 8 at 1:30PM PT (4:30PM ET), Jeff Bier, founder of the Embedded Vision Alliance, will talk with Embedded.com's Max Maxfield about embedded vision for ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems), along with ongoing vision processing developments at Google and NASA, and other hot topics in the field. See here for more information, including online registration. Also see Max Maxfield's coverage of the upcoming event.
March 30, 2016

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS): An Embedded Vision Summit (May 2-4) Focus

The fully autonomous vehicle trials underway by established automobile companies such as Ford and GM, along with upstarts such as Baidu and Google (and, persistent rumors suggest, Apple) may capture the bulk of popular attention. But their precursor, ADAS, is more quietly but quite rapidly becoming a huge technology success story.
March 29, 2016

NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference (GTC): Deep Learning and Other Vision Topics A'plenty

Embedded Vision Alliance member company NVIDIA's yearly GPU Technology Conference is coming up soon, April 4-7, in San Jose, California. The Alliance website has showcased a number of past vision-related GTC presentations, and this year's event promises a robust set of talks focused on leveraging GPUs for vision.
March 15, 2016

Deep Learning Takes Center Stage at the Embedded Vision Summit, May 2-4

As the recent 4-to-1 drubbing of Go world champion Lee Sedol by Google's DeepMind AlphaGo program signifies, artificial intelligence has entered mainstream awareness and adoption. It's enabled by the evolution of traditional neural network approaches, the steadily increasing processing "muscle" of CPUs (aided by acceleration via FPGAs, GPUs and dedicated co-processors), and the steadily decreasing cost of system memory.
March 5, 2016

Google, NASA Experts Keynote Upcoming Embedded Vision Summit, May 2-4

Those of you who've attended past years' Embedded Vision Summits will undoubtedly agree that the events' keynotes are by themselves worth the price of admission. Spanning a diversity of practical computer vision topics, the keynotes are delivered by well-known industry experts and encompass a unique mix of technical breadth and depth, historical perspectives, pragmatic reality checks, visionary predictions, and entertaining and informative case studies and quips.
January 25, 2016

Cadence Day-Long Seminar Discusses Deep Learning in Embedded Systems

On February 9 beginning at 9:30AM PT, Alliance member company Cadence is hosting a Embedded Neural Network Summit, "Extending Deep Learning into Mass-Market Silicon," which will provide an introduction to convolutional neural network applications ranging from image, pattern, and speech recognition to natural language processing and video analysis, in application areas including mobile, automotive, consumer and IoT. Speakers include: