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Embedded Vision Insights: April 17, 2012 Edition

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Dear Colleague,

I'm admittedly feeling pretty good right now. That's because I've just reviewed the attendee feedback from the late-March Embedded Vision Alliance Summit, and the strong ratings and positive supporting comments combine to confirm my gut feel that it was an extremely valuable event for Alliance members and press-and-analyst attendees alike. To the latter point, in the previous (April 3) newsletter I linked to Summit coverage from Rick Merritt at EE Times and Dean Takahashi at VentureBeat. Since then, Takahashi has published a second writeup on the event ("Military Wants Better Machine Vision for Smarter Robot Cameras") and has been joined by Kevin Morris of Electronic Engineering Journal ("Envisioning the Future: Embedded Vision Lunges Forward