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Embedded Vision Insights: April 9, 2013 Edition

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In this edition of Embedded Vision Insights:

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,

It's almost here: the Embedded Vision Summit, a free day-long technical educational forum to be held on April 25th in San Jose, California and intended for engineers interested in incorporating visual intelligence into electronic systems and software. I first mentioned the Silicon Valley version of the Embedded Vision Summit in the early January edition of Embedded Vision Insights, and with every subsequent newsletter, I've been able to pass along additional event information.

This time around, I'm pleased to tell you about the finalization of the agenda. When you visit the main event page on the Alliance website, I'm confident you'll be impressed with the breadth and depth of the program that various Alliance member company representatives are scheduled to deliver in conjunction with influential industry visionaries such as Gary Bradski from the OpenCV Foundation and Professor Pieter Abbeel from the University of California, Berkeley. Trust me: it will be quite a challenge, in the process of submitting a registration application, to decide which of the two presentation tracks you plan to attend in each portion of the program!

If you haven't yet submitted a registration application, I encourage you to...