The Embedded Vision Alliance is holding a one-day technical forum for hardware and software developers interested in integrating visual intelligence into electronic systems. The Embedded Vision Summit will be held April 25 in San Jose, Calif., in conjunction with the Embedded Systems Conference.
The event will include how-to presentations, seminars, demonstrations, and opportunities to interact with Alliance member companies. According to its organizers, the event is intended to:
- Inspire engineers’ imaginations about the potential applications for embedded vision technology through exciting presentations and demonstrations.
- Offer practical know-how for engineers to help you incorporate vision capabilities into your products.
- Provide opportunities for engineers to meet and talk with leading embedded vision technology companies and learn about their offerings.
The event is organized in two parallel tracks: Embedded Vision Techniques and Technologies; and Embedded Vision Applications, Algorithms and Systems.
Session and presentation titles listed in the agenda include:
- Keynote: Artificial Intelligence for Robotic Butlers and Surgeons
- What Can You Do With Embedded Vision?
- Developing Vision Software, Accelerators and Systems
- Targeting OpenCV Algorithms to Embedded Processors
- Challenges and Opportunities in Accelerating OpenCV
- Embedded Vision Applications, Part 1
- Developing Low-Cost, Low-Power, Small Vision Systems
- Lessons Learned: FPGA Prototyping of a Processor-Based Embedded Vision Application
- Image Sensors and Front-End Image Processing
- Exploiting Synergy Between Image Improvement and Image Understanding Algorithms
- Embedded 3D Stereo Vision: How it Works, How to Implement It, and How to Use It
- Why 3D Sensors Are a Game-Changer for Embedded Vision
- Vision Libraries, APIs, and Software Frameworks
- Using Advanced Algorithms
- Embedded Vision Applications
The Embedded Vision Alliance describes itself as “an industry collaboration to transform the electronics industry with products that are more intelligent and aware of their environments … by inspiring and empowering embedded system designers to use embedded vision technology. A key means of achieving this is providing design engineers with the practical information that they need in order to effectively incorporate embedded vision technology in their designs.” For further information on the Alliance, visit its website here.