May 2018 Embedded Vision Summit Replay

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Conference Presentation Slides

2018 Embedded Vision Summit Slides
(242 MB—click to download.)

Conference Overview Presentations

Welcome Remarks and Conference Overview (Day 1)
Jeff Bier, Embedded Vision Alliance

Welcome Remarks and Conference Overview (Day 2)
Jeff Bier, Embedded Vision Alliance

Business Insights Track Presentations

"The Four Key Trends Driving the Proliferation of Visual Perception"
Jeff Bier, Embedded Vision Alliance and BDTI

Enabling Technologies Track Presentations

"A New Generation of Camera Modules: A Novel Approach and Its Benefits for Embedded Systems"
Paul Maria Zalewski, Allied Vision Technologies

"Programmable CNN Acceleration in Under 1 Watt"
Gordon Hands, Lattice Semiconductor

"Machine Learning Inference In Under 5 mW with a Binarized Neural Network on an FPGA"
Abdullah Raouf, Lattice Semiconductor

"Infusing Visual Understanding in Cloud and Edge Solutions Using State Of-the-Art Microsoft Algorithms"
Anirudh Koul and Jin Yamamoto, Microsoft

"A Physics-based Approach to Removing Shadows and Shading in Real Time"
Bruce Maxwell, Tandent Vision Science

"High-end Multi-camera Technology, Applications and Examples"
Max Larin, XIMEA

Fundamentals Track Presentations

"Solving Vision Tasks Using Deep Learning: An Introduction"
Pete Warden, Google

"Introduction to Creating a Vision Solution in the Cloud"
Nishita Sant, GumGum

"Building A Practical Face Recognition System Using Cloud APIs"
Chris Adzima, Washington County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon

Technical Insights Track Presentations

"Generative Sensing: Reliable Recognition from Unreliable Sensor Data"
Professor Lina Karam, Arizona State University

"The OpenVX Computer Vision and Neural Network Inference Library Standard for Portable, Efficient Code"
Radhakrishna Giduthuri, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)

"Deploying CNN-based Vision Solutions on a $3 Microcontroller"
Greg Lytle, Au-Zone Technologies

"Programming Techniques for Implementing Inference Software Efficiently"
Andrew Richards, Codeplay Software

"APIs for Accelerating Vision and Inferencing: Options and Trade-offs"
Neil Trevett, Khronos Group and NVIDIA

"Deep Understanding of Shopper Behaviors and Interactions Using Computer Vision"
Emanuele Frontoni and Rocco Pietrini, Università Politecnica delle Marche

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