Embedded vision

Teaching machines new tricks

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 

Bridge to an embedded world

Jochem Herrmann, EMVA president and chief scientist at Adimec, on standardising for embedded vision, which could potentially infiltrate manufacturing in a big way

The changing face of vision

Embedded vision, deep learning, and Industry 4.0 could all have a big impact on the machine vision sector in the future. Three experts give their opinions

A new embedded era?

The machine vision industry is on the verge of entering a new era, one based on embedded processing, according to Basler’s CEO Dr Dietmar Ley. Greg Blackman reports from the European Machine Vision Forum in Vienna

Deep Learning for Computer Vision with TensorFlow

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.

Stores turn vision analytics into sales

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

High-tech harvesting

The harvesting process could be on the verge of a complete overhaul thanks to machine vision, finds Matthew Dale

Vision on a different scale

Embedded processing is opening up a huge market for imaging, a market that machine vision suppliers are trying to tap into. Greg Blackman attended the Embedded Vision Summit in Santa Clara, where Allied Vision launched its new camera platform

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