Events/ Embedded Vision Summit 2017
- May 1st, 2017 to May 3rd, 2017
- Santa Clara, California
- Visit Embedded 2017 website
The Embedded Vision Summit is an annual conference, attracting a unique audience of hundreds of product creators, entrepreneurs and business decision-makers who are using embedded vision technology. Attendees will be immersed in the technologies that are enabling the creation of visually intelligent systems and will dive deep into the engineering behind them. The Summit brings together the people, the companies, and the solutions needed to incorporate new levels of visual intelligence into products and services. See the technology in action and leave with the know-how and contacts you need to transform products and systems.
The Summit program:
The 2017 summit program will incorporate four conference tracks:
Technical Insights This track delivers introductory and advanced “how-to” sessions on tools, algorithms, and techniques across many applications—cloud, embedded, mobile, and PC—presented by the industry’s top technologists. Designed to accelerate the learning curve and present practical techniques for computer vision.
Enabling Technologies This track enables attendees to learn about the latest computer vision tools, processors, and other technologies that can be used to develop practical, marketable, innovative products now. Targeted at product developers, engineers, and business leaders who are embracing the new world of visual intelligence.
Business Insights This track, facilitated by industry innovators, analysts, and experts, presents the latest market and technology trends, business models, and case studies illustrating how vision technology is delivering value to consumers, businesses and other organizations. Ideal for business executives, marketers, analysts, and investors seeking an understanding of the commercial computer vision landscape.
Fundamentals New for 2017, this track features tutorials led by computer vision technology leaders and is perfect for those new to the embedded vision field—or some aspects of it. You’ll get a fast-track technical learning experience delivering practical computer vision know-how that can be put to use right away.
- Keynote 1:
- Topic: Deep Visual Understanding from Deep Learning
- Speaker: Jitendra Malik, Arthur J. Chick Professor and Chair, Dept. of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, UC Berkeley
- Keynote 2:
- Topic: 3D Computer Vision and Mixed Reality
- Speaker: Marc Pollefeys, Director of Science, Microsoft HoloLens
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