Over 1200 attendees are expected at the 2019 Embedded Vision Summit, held from May 20 to 23 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. The summit focuses on deployable vision technology in the robotics, automotive, consumer, industrial, medical, and surveillance industries.
The 100 panel sessions offered at the summit are broken down into four tracks: Technical Insights, Business Insights, Enabling Technologies, and Fundamentals. The keynote session on Tuesday, May 21, delivered by Ramesh Raskar from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will cover his group's work on imaging hardware and machine learning designs. The keynote sessions on Wednesday, May 22, delivered by Pete Warden from Google, will concern the design of low-power, low-cost machine learning systems and the future potential of convolutional neural network design.
Sixty exhibitors will show at the 2019 Vision Technology Showcase. Day-long training sessions for TensorFlow 2.0 and OpenCV will be offered on Monday, May 20, as will day-long vision technology workshops. Special events at the conference include the annual Vision Tank start-up competition for new ventures using computer vision and visual AI, and the Vision Product of the Year Awards.
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Vision Systems Design has previewed the following products to be shown at the event:
- MIPI cameras and boards from Vision Components
- Oclea system on module from Teknique
- MIPI development kit from Basler
- Alvium camera series from Allied Vision
- Ion vision system design platform from Algolux
- Tensilica Vision P6 DSP IP core from Cadence