by Bob Perez, IMS Research
LONDON, UK – June 14, 2011. The agenda for this year's Video Content Analysis Europe Conference is now available online and features some of the industry's leading minds in the video analytics, security and embedded vision arenas highlighted by an afternoon keynote from Berkeley Design Technology, Inc. Founder & President Jeff Bier.
Hosted by IMS Conferences, Video Content Analysis Europe will be held June 27th & 28th at the Hilton London Paddington Hotel. VCA Europe 2011 will feature case studies from both end-users and integrators focused on the security space while also featuring sessions dedicated to leveraging VCA technology in other verticals.
Jeff will kick of the session titled, “The Coming Revolution: Ubiquitous Intelligent Video” on Tuesday afternoon at 1:45 PM with his presentation titled, “Expanding Opportunities for VCA and Vision Technology.”
Computer vision and video analytics algorithms have been under development for decades. But, with the exception of a few select applications, computer vision technology has not yet been widely deployed. This is about to change.
The key breakthrough enabling the widespread deployment of intelligent video is the availability of extremely high-performance, highly programmable processors that are sufficiently small, inexpensive, and energy efficient for mass markets. In this presentation, Jeff Bier will share BDTI’s independent perspective on the unique processing demands of embedded computer vision applications and discuss how semiconductor companies are deploying new chip architectures to address these applications.
The session will also feature speakers from embedded vision leaders such as Texas Instruments, SpikeNet Technologies and VCA Europe 2011 Silver Sponsor, SenSen Networks.
Additional speaking companies at this year’s event include Aurora, Bosch, Cognimatics, DVTel, i-LIDS, IMS Research, Intel, iOmnicient, Miragex, ObjectVideo, Siemens Building Technologies, SpikeNet Technology, Texas Instruments, Transport for London, VCA Technology, Videalert, Wavestore and many more!
The full list of sessions for this years jam-packed agenda include:
• Learning From End-User VCA Deployments in the Real World
• The Integrator’s Perspective on Successes and Failures in VCA Deployments
• Overcoming the Hurdles Facing the Video Analytics Industry
• Improving the VCA Experience Through Standards and Standardisation
• What Does the Future Hold for VCA in Security?
• IMS Research Forecasts & Predictions
• Improving Business Operations with Intelligent Video
• Video Analytics in Automotive – Collecting Money, Catching Criminals & Saving Lives
• Defining the Innovations That Will Lead to True Video Intelligence
• Video Analytics in Consumer – Changing the Face of TV , Gaming & Home Entertainment
EVA partners can use the special discount code “embedded25” to save 25% off the registration price! Hurry, this offer expires on Friday June 24nd.
For more information contact:
Bob Perez – Conference Manager – IMS Conferences
T: +1 512 302 1977 email@example.com
About VCA Europe 2011
The Video Content Analysis Conference – Europe will be held on June 27th & 28th, 2011 in London at the Hilton Paddington Hotel. The objective of the conference is to provide a forum for senior executives, technical managers, and marketing personnel from leading VCA companies to meet with end-users, integrators and other industry players to examine the market potential, technical barriers and new opportunities that video content analysis brings.
About IMS Conferences
IMS Conferences focuses on the organization of international summits and conferences that explore the evolution and real world implementations of leading edge technologies. Our events bring together international executives from technology companies, content & service providers, operators, policy & standard makers, distributors, analysts and retailers.