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Vision Product of the Year Awards

The Vision Product of the Year Awards  are open to Member companies of the Embedded Vision Alliance and recognize the innovation and achievement of the industry’s leading technology, service and end-product companies who are enabling the next generation of practical applications for computer vision.

Earning a Vision Product of the Year Award provides valuable benefits to Member companies—including validation of your leadership and innovation by independent industry experts! Check out the 2018 Awards below and plan to enter in 2019!

Key Dates for 2018 Vision Product of the Year Awards

Open for entries: February 12, 2018
Entries deadline: March 30, 2018
Winners selected: April 30, 2018
Award ceremony: May 22, 2018

2018 Award Categories

Award nominations for multiple products can be submitted for one or more of these Award categories:

2018 Entry Benefits

Winning a Vision Product of the Year Award provides valuable benefits to Embedded Vision Alliance Member companies, including:

  • Validate your leadership and innovation with selection by independent industry experts.
  • Differentiate your product or service through use of the Vision Product of the Year Award logo on your marketing materials.
  • Showcase your Vision Product of the Year Award trophy to current and prospective customers, partners, investors and employees.
  • Promote your product or service through the Embedded Vision Alliance press release, website and newsletters.
  • Reach qualified sales prospects through the Embedded Vision Alliance’s highly targeted audience.
  • Generate industry awareness through press coverage for your winning products or services.

2018 Judging Criteria

The Vision Product of the Year Award winners are selected by an independent panel of judges, and based on the following criteria:

  • Innovation: How original is your new product or service? How many breakthrough features does it offer?
  • Impact on customers and the market: How does the product or service create new value for your customers? Does the product or service create incremental improvements in an existing market or does it create new markets and/or new use cases?
  • Competitive differentiation: What is the unique selling proposition? How does it compare to the closest competitor?