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Embedded Vision Insights: January 3, 2013 Edition

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Dear Colleague,

Happy New Year! As the Embedded Vision Alliance's third year begins, the organization's accomplishments and announcements continue unabated. Last September, the Alliance successfully produced its first public conference for engineers, the Embedded Vision Summit, in Boston, Massachusetts. Plans are well underway for an expanded second iteration of the event in San Jose, California on April 25. For more information on the Silicon Valley version of the Embedded Vision Summit, please visit Online registration and additional details will be published on the site shortly.

More recently, in early December the Alliance held its latest Member Summit in Austin, Texas, hosted by member company National Instruments. Selected content from that event is now beginning to show up on the site (with more to come soon): product demonstrations from NVIDIA and videantis, along with IMS Research senior analyst John Morse's market trends presentation on machine vision applications. At the event, the Alliance announced new members Digital Media Professionals and LSI. And less than a month later, I'm please to announce yet another new member of the Alliance, its 28th, PathPartner Technology. Stay tuned for additional details on the company to appear in a near-future news writeup...