The Embedded Vision Summit is the only event focused exclusively on the hottest topic in the electronic industry today: deployable computer vision. The Embedded Vision Summit provides a unique opportunity for product creators who want to incorporate visual intelligence into their products to learn from leading technology innovators. It also lets product creators see the latest in practical technology to bring visual intelligence into cloud applications, embedded systems, mobile apps, wearables, and PCs. The Embedded Vision Summit brings together top engineers, business leaders, suppliers and market analysts to discuss technologies such as deep learning/convolutional neural networks, processors, algorithms, software, sensors and development tools with applications ranging from automotive and consumer to medical and robotics.
Allied Vision at the Embedded Vision Summit
Allied Vision will be showcasing the innovative Alvium Camera Series during the Embedded Vision Summit at booth #412.
Industrial machine vision and embedded vision merge with Allied Vision’s innovative camera platform, the Alvium Camera Series. Alvium is based on an innovative platform that delivers a full range of digital cameras capable of serving both industrial and embedded vision applications. System designers and engineers can meet their system space constraints with the choice of three Alvium configurations: bare board, open housing and closed housing. Furthermore, designers/integrators can choose from two interfaces, MIPI CSI-2 and USB3 Vision. To learn more about Alvium, click here.
Also, Allied Vision will be giving a presentation during the Embedded Vision Summit titled, "Accessing Advanced Image Processing Feature Sets with Alvium Cameras Using a V4L2/GenICam Hybrid Driver". The presentation will be held on Tuesday, May 21 at 4:20 pm in Exhibit Hall ET 2. To read a brief synopsis about the presentation, please click here.
- May 20-23, 2019
Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, California, USA
- Booth #412
- Allied Vision Presentation
“Accessing Advanced Image Processing Feature Sets with Alvium Cameras Using a V4L2/GenICam Hybrid Driver”
Tuesday, May 21, 2019 – 4:15 pm PDT
Exhibit Hall ET 2