Embedded Vision Insights: December 18, 2013 Edition
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In this edition of Embedded Vision Insights:
- Next May's Embedded Vision Summit West
- FPGA Prototyping of an Embedded Vision Processor
- Ensuring High Quality HMI Products Via NI Vision
- Embedded Vision Community Conversations
- Embedded Vision in the News
|LETTER FROM THE EDITOR|
"Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today." This well-known quote provides the background for my first important announcement. May 29, 2014 is the currently scheduled date for the next Embedded Vision Summit, a technical educational forum for engineers interested in incorporating visual intelligence into electronic systems and software, to be held in Santa Clara, California. The end of May may seem a long way away, but we're busily preparing to make the upcoming Embedded Vision Summit West the biggest and best Summit yet!
The Embedded Vision Summit West will be co-located with the Augmented World Expo, and Summit attendees will have the option of also attending the full Augmented World Expo conference or accessing the Augmented World Expo exhibit floor at a discounted price. And preceding the Embedded Vision Summit, on Wednesday, May 28, 2014, Embedded Vision Alliance member companies will present partial- and full-day workshops exploring hardware and software for various embedded vision implementations. Please revisit the event overview page in the coming weeks for more information, such as detailed agendas, keynote, technical tutorial and other presentation details, speaker biographies, and online registration.
Speaking of the Embedded Vision Summit, the steady flow of content coming from October's event in Westford, Massachusetts continues to appear on the Alliance website. Since the publication of the previous newsletter edition, several new demo videos (from...