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Embedded Vision Insights: December 3, 2013 Edition

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In this edition of Embedded Vision Insights:

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,

Back in early July, I told you about Find A Supplier, an online resource provided by the Alliance that connects you with relevant member companies. If you're interested in a particular embedded vision technology, product or service but don't already know which Alliance members provide it, send the Alliance an email via the Find A Supplier page form. Alliance staff members will review and forward it on to relevant company representatives in a timely manner, who will follow up with you directly.

Recently, the Alliance launched another website tool that encompasses the various "players" in the embedded vision industry, this time in an intuitive graphical manner. The Industry Map represents a "system" view of vision technology and applications, and is constructed in a hierarchical format. The top level of the Map includes information on:

  • The Embedded Vision Alliance
  • The ecosystem, including Alliance member companies and industry standards
  • Market data
  • Applications
  • Vision technology
  • Products and services

The Alliance's objectives in developing the Industry Map are:

  • To educate engineers, press and analysts about embedded vision
  • To bring together information in an interactive, visual, searchable format
  • To catalogue the various elements needed to build vision systems and applications
  • To promote discussion and ideas on how to make the Industry Map more valuable
  • ...