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Embedded Vision Insights: April 23, 2013 Edition

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Dear Colleague,

It's finally here: the Embedded Vision Summit is later this week (Thursday, to be exact) in San Jose, California. This is a moment that many of us in the Embedded Vision Alliance have been steadily working towards ever since the conclusion of the last (and first) Embedded Vision Summit last September in Boston, Massachusetts. And if you're fearing it's too late to register, don't panic (as Douglas Adams used to say). We recently bumped up the attendance limit, enabling even more of you to participate. So check out the event agenda, ascertain which tracks you plan to sit in on, and submit a registration application right away...before the additional seats fill up, too.

While you're in San Jose, don't forget about the additional embedded vision-themed events that surround the Summit this week. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Alliance members BDTI, Freescale, and National Instruments will be delivering technical presentations at the DESIGN West conference. And on Friday, Analog Devices, Avnet Electronics Marketing and BDTI will partner to present a half-day embedded vision workshop exploring hardware and software for image processing and video analytics, featuring the...