The Embedded Vision Alliance reveals the all-new program for Embedded Vision Summit 2016

The Embedded Vision Alliance reveals the all-new program for Embedded Vision Summit 2016, the event for innovators who want to incorporate visual intelligence into products.

The Summit, a three-day educational event, concentrates exclusively on deployable computer vision technology. The program is designed to inspire participants to use embedded vision technology in new ways and to empower them with the know-how they need to integrate vision capabilities into products today. The Technology Showcase features demos, exhibits and presentations on the enabling technologies.

“Computer vision has escaped the research halls and is marching into the mainstream,” says Jeff Bier, Founder and CEO, Embedded Vision Alliance. “The Summit brings together more than 1000 industry innovators, top technologists, and smart engineers – game‑changers from around the world who are designing ‘machines that see.’”

Keynote speakers include Larry Matthies, senior scientist with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he leads the Computer Vision Group in Mobility and Robotic Systems, will deliver “Using Vision to Enable Autonomous Land, Sea and Air Vehicles.”

For more details visit the Embedded Vision SUMMIT website and The Embedded Vison Alliance.

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