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Embedded Vision Europe Conference in Stuttgart on October, 12/13, 2017

Embedded Vision Europe Conference in Stuttgart on October, 12/13, 2017

Top-notch speakers from chip manufacturers and vision and electronics industry

Embedded vision has evolved from a buzzword to a lasting trend that bears an enormous potential both for European suppliers of vision technology as well as for product developers in customer industries. In order to show the capability of hardware and software platforms; to present applications and markets for embedded vision and to create a platform for the exchange of information the EMVA and the trade show VISION host the first European conference on Embedded Vision, the Embedded VISION Europe, from 12-13 October 2017 at the ICS International Congress Center Stuttgart right next to Stuttgart Airport.

Florian Niethammer, team leader of VISION, world‘s leading trade fair for machine vision, at Messe Stuttgart points out: “We have increasingly observed in recent months how important the “embedded” issue has become. We are dealing with an overarching technology here, which is of significant relevance in industrial as well as in non-industrial sectors. It is a logical step to organize a conference for developers and users of embedded vision systems together with our long-standing partner, the European Machine Vision Association. The topic is booming, which is why we are creating a professional platform with a strong partner.”

Top-notch speakers from chip manufacturers and vision and electronics industry

The conference approach to cover the entire scope of embedded vision is reflected by the impressive list of speakers that already confirmed their appearance. So will David Moloney, Director of machine vision technology, NTG, at Intel Corporation, talk about ‘Low-cost Edge-based Deep Learning Inference and Computer Vision in Consumer and Industrial Devices’. Expert technologist at AMD, Dr. Harris Gasparakis dedicates his speech to the question on ‘How to get the best out of heterogeneous system architectures for vision applications’. Paul Maria Zalewski from Allied Vision Technologies speaks about ‘Bringing machine vision performance to embedded systems – Camera Modules with advanced image pre-processing for Embedded Vision’.

Table-top exhibition and B2B meeting opportunities

Since embedded vision is a key technology for a whole generation of new products from all areas conference participants are expected to come from a whole variety of industries, including robotics, agriculture, automotive, factory automation, security/surveillance, logistics and retail, medical and healthcare, and many more. The accompanying special exhibition as well as the option to network and arrange business meetings already upon registration is an ideal platform to deepen the conference topics and business contacts.

More information on the conference which will be held entirely in English language, the event venue and how to register can be found at www.embedded-vision-emva.org.

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