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Embedded Vision Insights: November 10, 2015 Edition

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,Embedded Vision Summit

I'm delighted to tell you about three new videos published to the Alliance website. Basler begins with a tutorial on industrial camera interfaces; the different kinds and most common options available, followed by a practical design example. Synopsys focuses on ADAS; its video from the 2015 Embedded Vision Summit demonstrates a speed sign detection algorithm running on a FPGA-housed version of the company's neural-network-focused vision processor core. And speaking of FPGAs, Xilinx demonstrates in its Embedded Vision Summit video the company's new high-level SDSoC development environment, applicable to both Zynq-7000 and newest Zynq UltraScale CPU+FPGA chips.

There’s also plenty of new written content on the Alliance website. "Increasing Performance and Power Efficiency in Heterogeneous Software," the latest in a series of articles from Imagination Technologies, describes a typical use case for heterogeneous computing and the challenges (and their solutions) that result from moving to a heterogeneous programming model. Shorter writeups come from Auviz Systems, with a...