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Embedded Vision Insights: March 5, 2019 Edition

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Dear Colleague,Vision Product of the Year Awards

Are you looking to amp up your latest product success? Getting ready to introduce a new product that is a game changer? Enter to win a Vision Product of the Year Award! Embedded Vision Alliance Member companies can apply today for this great opportunity to garner industry recognition for products judged best at enabling visual AI and the rapid deployment of computer vision systems and applications. From a unique award logo you can use in your marketing materials to multiple opportunities for media exposure, winning a Vision Product of the Year Award will enable you to stand out in the increasingly complex embedded vision market. All this and a cool looking trophy, too! As a previous winner told us, "This award generated so much interest in what we’re doing that we’ll probably invent another product so we can try to win again next year!" The deadline for entries is this Friday, March 8; for detailed instructions and the entry form, please see the Vision Product of the Year Awards page on the Alliance website. Good luck! (If you're interested in having your company become a Member of the Embedded Vision Alliance, see here for more information.)

The Embedded Vision Alliance is hosting a Computer Vision and Visual AI Meetup on the evening of March 13, 2019 in San Jose, California. Speakers include:

  • Satya Mallick, Interim CEO of OpenCV.Org, who will provide an overview of the OpenCV deep learning module and a preview of planned improvements to it
  • Jeff Bier, founder of the Embedded Vision Alliance, who will share findings from the Alliance’s recent survey of developers about the software, processors and tools they use to build computer vision and visual AI products
  • Sté...