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Implementing Vision Capabilities in Embedded Systems

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by Jeff Bier
Founder and President, BDTI
September 29, 2011

This paper was originally published at the 2011 Embedded Systems Conference Boston.

Abstract—With the emergence of increasingly capable processors, it’s becoming practical to incorporate computer vision capabilities into a wide range of embedded systems, enabling them to analyze their environments via video inputs. Products like Microsoft’s Kinect game controller and Mobileye’s driver assistance systems are raising awareness of the incredible potential of embedded vision technology. As a result, many embedded system designers are beginning to think about implementing embedded vision capabilities. In this presentation, we’ll explore the potential of embedded vision and introduce some of the key...