A guide for developing and commercializing a computer vision product

In case you missed it: In a presentation from the May 2016 Embedded Vision Summit, Peter Shannon, Managing Director at Firelake Capital Management, presents the "Practitioner’s Guide to Commercializing Applications of Computer Vision,” which explores the practical implications of commercializing a vision-enabled product, from product requirements to development expectations through to validation and ensuring a good customer experience, highlighting the points of contrast with the commercialization of more traditional software-based products.

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Computer vision technology is advanced at a rapid and exciting pace, but there is still a long way to go toward it realizing its full potential, as the technology itself presents attractive opportunities, but the opportunity presented by the applications it will enable dwarfs this.

In a presentation from the May 2016 Embedded Vision Summit, Peter Shannon, Managing Director at Firelake Capital Management, presents the "Practitioner’s Guide to Commercializing Applications of Computer Vision,” which explores the practical implications of commercializing a vision-enabled product, from product requirements to development expectations through to validation and ensuring a good customer experience, highlighting the points of contrast with the commercialization of more traditional software-based products.

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