A conference focusing on deployable computer vision and deep learning.
Embedded Vision Alliance
This full-day course will provide you with the hands-on knowledge you need to develop deep learning computer vision applications—both on embedded systems and in the cloud—with TensorFlow, one of today's most popular frameworks for deep learning.
The Embedded Vision Alliance offers a full-day training course about deep learning for computer vision, based on Google’s TensorFlow framework, in Hamburg on the 7 September
This full-day course will provide hands-on knowledge to develop deep learning computer vision applications - both on embedded systems and in the cloud - with TensorFlow, one of today's most popular frameworks for deep learning.
Retailers are using complex vision analytics to track shoppers, from entering a store to the point of purchase. RetailNext’s Mark Jamtgaard spoke at the Embedded Vision Summit about an embedded system for just such a purpose. Greg Blackman reports
Allied Vision has introduced a camera platform targeted at the embedded vision market, with a list price starting at €99 and an ASIC image processing module
Greg Blackman reports from the Embedded Vision Summit in Santa Clara, where Allied Vision launched its new camera platform
Virtual reality imaging startup, Lucid VR, has won the Embedded Vision Alliance’s Vision Tank competition at this year’s Embedded Vision Summit
Embedded vision looks set to disrupt the surveillance market, according to Michael Tusch of ARM. Greg Blackman reports on his presentation at the Embedded Vision Summit
The Embedded Vision Alliance has launched a service for its members to help build products using computer vision, which will be announced at the Embedded Vision Summit in Santa Clara, California from 1 to 3 May
Matthew Dale explores how 3D cameras are granting robots the gift of sight
Rob Ashwell finds that logistics, healthcare and research are turning to consumer imaging systems for their needs
Artificial intelligence seems to be sweeping the world and neural networks are now starting to find their way into the industrial imaging market. Greg Blackman investigates
Wilhelm Stemmer, who has recently retired and sold his shares in Stemmer Imaging, the company he founded 30 years ago