September 2012 Embedded Vision Summit East Content


Engineers: Learn to Design Machines That See!
September 19, 2012
Hynes Convention Center
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
In Conjunction with DESIGN East

Below is the content from the now-concluded September 2012 Embedded Vision Summit East.

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September 2012 Embedded Vision Summit East Proceedings

Keynote Presentations

Morning Keynote: Professor Rosalind Picard, MIT Media Lab

Afternoon Keynote: Gary Bradski, OpenCV Foundation

Overview Presentation

"Introduction to Embedded Vision," Jeff Bier, Embedded Vision Alliance

Technical Presentations

"Automotive Safety Applications and Algorithms," Gabby Yi, Analog Devices

"Harnessing Hardware Accelerators to Move from Algorithms to Embedded Vision," Michael Tusch, Apical

"Addressing System Design Challenges in Embedded Vision," Mario Bergeron, Avnet

"Image Sensor Options and Trends for Embedded Vision," Eric Gregori, BDTI

"Challenges and Techniques in Low-Cost, Low-Power, Small Form Factor Vision Applications," Simon Morris, CogniVue

"Using FPGAs to Accelerate Embedded Vision Applications," Kamalina Srikant, National Instruments

"Optimization and Acceleration for OpenCV-Based Embedded Vision Applications," Bo Wu, Synopsys

"Moving Object Segmentation for Security and Surveillance Applications," Goksel Dedeoglu, Texas Instruments

"Challenges and Techniques in Using CPUs and GPUs for Embedded Vision," Ken Lee, VanGogh Imaging

"Image Processing for Object Recognition and Tracking," Dan Isaacs, Xilinx, and Michael Fawcett, iVeia

Panel Discussions

Analog Devices, iVeia, and Texas Instruments

Apical, National Instruments, and VanGogh Imaging

Avnet, CogniVue, and Synopsys

Product Demonstrations

Analog Devices



National Instruments


VanGogh Imaging

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