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National Instruments' NIWeek 2013: Embedded Vision Alliance Presentation

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Jeff Bier, founder of the Embedded Vision Alliance, represented the organization at the 2013 NIWeek conference, sponsored by Alliance member company National Instruments. His presentation, on Wednesday August 7, was titled, "Development and Deployment of Embedded Vision in Industry: An Update." The abstract was as follows:

Increasingly powerful, inexpensive processors and image sensors are enabling the incorporation of vision capabilities in a wide range of products such as point-of-sale kiosks, medical devices, automotive safety systems, and smartphones. At this session, get an update on the development and deployment of embedded vision technology in industry and explore important advancements in enabling technologies, including processors, sensors, development platforms, and standards. Also examine the new Embedded Vision Alliance map of the embedded vision industry.

Bier's presentation is available for download here (2.4 MB PDF).