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Embedded Vision Insights: July 12, 2012 Edition

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In this edition of Embedded Vision Insights:

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,

As I write these words, final preparations are underway for next week's Embedded Vision Alliance Member Summit in Silicon Valley. If you're an Alliance member company representative, I look forward to seeing you again, or to meeting you for the first time if you're from one of the companies who've joined the Alliance since March (including the latest member addition, PointGrab). And for those of you who are part of the broader Embedded Vision Alliance community, I look forward to sharing video content with you after the Alliance Member Summit's conclusion. We plan to "film" the keynote by OpenCV guru Gary Bradski, the market trends presentation on surveillance systems by IMS Research's Jon Cropley, and the technology trends presentation on OpenCL by BDTI's Shehrzad Qureshi.

Several companies also plan to provide product demonstrations at the upcoming Alliance Member Summit, and we intend to "film" them for you, as well. Speaking of which...earlier this week I published demo videos from the March Alliance Member Summit, from Analog Devices, Apical, CEVA, CogniMem Technologies, The MathWorks, National Instruments, Omek Interactive, Texas Instruments, and Xilinx. They're all...