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The Benefits of an Industry Alliance: How You Can Utilize the Potential of Embedded Vision Technology
Brian Dipert

Embedded vision technology has the potential to enable electronic products to be more intelligent and responsive, so that they are more valuable to users. It can enable electronic equipment companies to both create valuable new products and add helpful features to existing products. And it can provide significant new markets for hardware, semiconductor and software manufacturers. A unified worldwide alliance of suppliers, system developers and end customers will help transform this potential into reality in a more rapid and efficient manner.

Click here to read this article from Brian Dipert, BDTI Senior Analyst and Editor-In-Chief of the Embedded Vision Alliance.


The VISION Show: Embedded Designs Are Becoming the Status Quo
Brian Dipert

Last November, EVA founder Jeff Bier attended VISION 2011, a trade show held in Stuttgart Germany. Part of Jeff's motivation to travel to VISION 2011 was his participation in a panel discussion on the topic of the future of embedded vision. And this editor also wrote an article published coincident with the show, in the machine vision magazine INSPECT. But more generally, Jeff found his time at VISION 2011 very useful, both in meeting with potential Embedded Vision Alliance members and in getting a pulse of the machine vision industry and its expansion and transition into the embedded vision future.

Click here to read this article from Brian Dipert, BDTI Senior Analyst and Editor-In-Chief of the Embedded Vision Alliance.


Consumer Surveillance Systems: Design Stratagems, Surmounting Implementation Problems, and Assessing the Embedded Vision Ecosystem
Brian Dipert

The Embedded Vision Alliance held its second quarterly Member Summit on December 6 in Dallas, TX, sponsored by Texas Instruments, and following up the premier event back in September. One notable aspect of the December meeting, as I previewed back in early November, was the keynote conducted by Cernium's CTO Nik Gagvani. Gagvani's talk was both entertaining and informative, and attendee reviews revealed it to be a highlight of the day's activities.

Click here to read this article from Brian Dipert, BDTI Senior Analyst and Editor-In-Chief of the Embedded Vision Alliance.


September's Initial Embedded Vision Alliance Member Summit: A Resounding Success
Brian Dipert

On September 20, representatives from 18 (of 20 to-date total) Embedded Vision Alliance member companies met in San Jose, CA at the facilities of Alliance member Xilinx. The daylong series of briefings, planning sessions and relationship-building opportunities were judged highly rewarding by all in attendance, and set in place a solid foundation for 2012-and-beyond activities.

Click here to read this article from Brian Dipert, BDTI Senior Analyst and Editor-In-Chief of the Embedded Vision Alliance.