|LETTER FROM THE EDITOR|
Many of the most important suppliers of building-block technologies that enable computer vision and visual AI applications use the results of the Edge AI and Vision Alliance’s annual Computer Vision Developer Survey to guide their priorities. This is our seventh year conducting the survey and we want to make sure we have your input in this year’s results so that your perspective can help guide the focus of technology suppliers in the coming years.
We share the results from the Computer Vision Developer Survey at Edge AI and Vision Alliance events and in white papers and presentations made available throughout the year on the Edge AI and Vision Alliance webpage. Please help us collect and share the best possible data by completing this short survey. (It typically takes less than 15 minutes to complete.) If you would like to see some of the results from previous years, check out this white paper (with highlights from the previous iteration of the survey).
We realize that we are asking you to take time out of your schedule to share your perspective. To show our thanks, we will send you a coupon for $50 off the price of a two-day Embedded Vision Summit ticket (to be sent when registration opens). In addition, the first 100 people to complete the survey will receive an Amazon gift card for $25. Thank you in advance for your perspective! Fill out the survey.
|MEDICAL VISION AND IMAGING APPLICATIONS|
From Mobility to Medicine: Vision Enables the Next Generation of Innovation
In perhaps his most ambitious initiative ever, Kamen explains how his Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute plans to enable the large-scale manufacturing of engineered tissues and tissue-related technologies, with the eventual goal of mass-producing replacement organs for humans. He expects computer vision to also play a key role here, enabling monitoring and feedback control of tissue-growing processes without requiring physical contact with tissue.
Also see Kamen’s overview of DEKA Research’s current and upcoming computer vision programs, along with the Kamen-founded FIRST Robotics demonstration of its students’ designs.
Semiconductor Technology is a Key Enabler for Medical Imaging
|AI AND VISION FOR AUTONOMOUS ROBOTICS|
Bringing Modern AI to Robots and Other Autonomous Machines
Applied Depth Sensing for Autonomous Devices
Hailo Announces M.2 and Mini PCIe AI Acceleration Modules to Enhance the Performance of Edge Devices
Imagination Technologies Launches Its IMG B-Series GPU IP: Doing More with Multi-core
OmniVision Technologies Unveils a 1.0 Micron 64MP Image Sensor With a Large Optical Format for Low Light Performance in High End Mobile Phones
Allegro DVT Releases a Family of 8K Multi-format Video Decoding IP
Intel’s RealSense Dimensional Weight Software Measures Packages and Pallets at the Speed of Light
|VISION PRODUCT OF THE YEAR WINNER SHOWCASE|
Horizon Robotics Journey 2 (Best Automotive Solution)
Please see here for more information on Horizon Robotics and its Journey 2. The Vision Product of the Year Awards are open to Member companies of the Edge AI and Vision Alliance and celebrate the innovation of the industry’s leading companies that are developing and enabling the next generation of computer vision products. Winning a Vision Product of the Year award recognizes leadership in computer vision as evaluated by independent industry experts.
|EMBEDDED VISION SUMMIT MEDIA PARTNER SHOWCASE|
Vision Systems Design