Embedded Vision Europe (EVE) Conference
Speakers and exhibitors confirm that new conference fills an important gap
The program of the first Embedded Vision Europe (EMVE) from 12-13 October 2017 at the ICS International Congress Center Stuttgart is online and can be viewed at the conference websites www.embedded-vision-emva.org. All speakers in the four presentation blocks of the two day conference are confirmed.
Even prior to the conference speakers and exhibitors point out the importance of this new European conference event that is entirely dedicated to the disruptive technology of embedded vision. Says Giles Peckham, Regional Marketing Director at Xilinx and speaker in the first presentation block titled Embedded Vision Processors: “Embedded Vision is a key and highly pervasive megatrend, rapidly shaping the future of Europe’s electronics industry. Designers representing a broad range of diverse applications from machine vision to autonomous driving, medical imaging and defense are combining computer vision with machine learning to create a new wave of intelligent vision-guided systems.”
Also Paul Maria Zalewski from Allied Vision Technologies who will speak in the second presentation which is titled Image Acquisition is convinced of the new conference format: “Embedded vision is the future of computer vision. Allied Vision has recognized that and presented a ground-breaking camera platform that will bring the performance of PC-based machine vision to the embedded world. The European Embedded Vision Conference offers the opportunity to discuss the industry’s definition of embedded vision, its specific requirements and challenges on hardware and software.”
The third presentation block in the morning of the second conference day is titled ‘Software Tools’. Herein, Deep learning plays a key role in two of the scheduled speeches. The last presentation block of the conference ‘Standards’ and ‘Applications’ includes a presentation on future standards for embedded vision.