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Don’t Miss Embedded Vision Summit West on May 29

Comments(0)Filed under: video, Tensilica, imaging, vision, Google, Embedded Vision Summit, Facebook, embedded vision technology

Embedded Vision Summit West 2014 on May 29 at the Santa Clara Convention Center provides a unique opportunity for engineers to learn about the hottest technology in the electronics industry: embedded computer vision, which enables "machines that see and understand."

Summit highlights include:

  • Keynote talks by industry luminaries from Facebook and Google
  • Two technical conference tracks featuring "how-to" presentations
  • Summit Technology Showcase with 20+ demonstrations of embedded vision technology by leading suppliers
  • Opportunities to network with innovators in embedded vision technology
  • Presentation by Cadence® Fellow Chris Rowen: "Taming the Beast: Performance and Energy Optimization Across Embedded Feature Detection and Tracking" in session 1A, 11:30am - 12:00pm.
  • Demonstration of Cadence's Tensilica® face detection hardware/software solution.

Last year, this was possibly the best conference I went to.  The energy level among presenters and exhibitors was very high, as embedded vision is such a hot market with so many opportunities.

To get a $50 discount on registration for the full Summit (a $199 value) or Technology Showcase-only (a $99 value) use this promotional code, EVS14CDN. To register, go to http://www.embedded-vision.com/summit/may2014/registration.

 

Paula Jones

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