Conferences and supporting programme
Embedded Vision & Machine Learning: new architectures and technologies boosting (new) vision applications
In the factory, in everyday traffic, in retail, consumer or medical sector - many future visions will be based on embedded vision: small, integrated image processing systems that work intelligently directly from devices and enable them to see and understand.
Embedded vision is made possible by compact, high-performance computering platforms that also consume very little energy and, thanks to standardized interfaces to image sensors, can process an increasing amount of image data in real time. With artificial intelligence, image processing systems are becoming even more intelligent: they are learning for themselves. Experts are convinced: that the future belongs to "Embedded Vision & Machine Learning", the potential applications are enormous.
Where do we stand with regard to Embedded Vision? What are the latest developments? Which system architectures will prevail? What boundaries need to be overcome? What are promising new applications? And, what is (still) missing to help Embedded Vision achieve its big breakthrough? Well-known representatives from both "worlds", the classical machine vision and the embedded community, will discuss current developments, opportunities and challenges in the field of embedded vision with end-users.
--- Date: 27.02.2019 Time: 10:30 - 11:30 Location: Exhibitor's Forum, Hall 2, 2-510