Now available—the Embedded Vision Summit On-Demand Edition! Gain valuable computer vision and edge AI insights and know-how from the experts at the 2021 Summit.

Dear Colleague,Embedded Vision Summit On-demand

You may have missed the live parts of the Embedded Vision Summit, but you don’t have to miss out on the content and know-how you need to advance your products and career in edge AI, computer vision and sensing. With the 2020 Embedded Vision Summit (On-Demand Edition) you can:

  • Gain access to all 75+ talks about the most important current and future topics for people creating AI-enabled products
  • Watch Over-the-Shoulder Tutorials from NVIDIA, Arrow Electronics, Avnet and LAON PEOPLE
  • Learn from two panel discussions about two of the hottest topics: opportunities and challenges in edge AI, and the future of image sensors
  • Visit exhibitor booths to look around, learn more about their building-block technologies and connect with them

Presentation content and messaging functionality will remain accessible until March 12, 2021, and exhibit booths will be accessible until December 11, 2020. Take a look at the talks, speakers, exhibitors and pass options (Lite pass: $49; Standard pass: $149), and then register today!

Brian Dipert
Editor-In-Chief, Edge AI and Vision Alliance


2020 Vision Product of the Year Awards2020 Vision Product of the Year Awards Ceremony
Jeff Bier, Founder of the Edge AI and Vision Alliance, announces the 2020 Vision Product of the Year Awards winners:

  • NVIDIA (Best AI Processor)
  • iniVation (Best Camera or Sensor)
  • Morpho (Best AI Software or Algorithm)
  • Intel (Best Developer Tool)
  • Horizon Robotics (Best Automotive Solution)

at an awards presentation captured in this archive video. 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.

2020 Vision Tank Start-Up Competition Final Round2020 Vision Tank Start-Up Final Competition Round
Eyedaptic, Hayden AI, Owl Autonomous Imaging, Ramona Optics, and SLAMcore deliver their Vision Tank presentations at the final competition round captured in this archive video. The Vision Tank spotlights leading early-stage start-up companies that incorporate visual intelligence in their products in innovative ways. In a lively, engaging, and interactive format, these companies compete for awards and prizes as well as benefiting from the feedback of an expert panel of judges.


Smartphone CMOS Image Sensors to Top Five Billion Units in 2020 as Quad-Camera Smartphone Designs Ramp Despite COVID-19Counterpoint Technology
In 1Q20, quad-camera smartphones reached almost 20% of global smartphone shipments, according to this report from Counterpoint Technology Market Research. The strong growth is expected to soften amid the pandemic fallout, but thanks to the irreversible trend towards multi-camera setups and the spreading adoption of 3D sensing systems, the smartphone CMOS image sensor segment will likely still register high-single-digit shipment growth in 2020, hitting an all-time high of nearly 5 billion units.


The Camera Modules Industry: After Proliferation, Diversification?Yole Développement
In this market research report, Yole Développement forecasts that overall revenue for the global camera module market will grow from $31.3B in 2019 to $57B in 2025, at 10.5% CAGR driven by annual growth of 8.2% in unit shipment volumes, from 5.5B units in 2019 to 8.9B in 2025. The automotive portion of the market segment was $4B in 2019, versus $25.B for consumer and mobile applications.

The Apple iPad Pro’s LiDAR Chip Delivers First Volume Shipments of Single Photon Avalanche Diode TechnologyYole Développement
From the outside, the LiDAR camera in Apple’s latest iPad Pro looks similar to a traditional indirect Time-of-Flight (iToF) design with 10 micron pixels, writes Yole Développement and partner System Plus Consulting in this system and sensor teardown analysis report. But once the two companies studied the chip’s cross-section, they realized that in front of them was the first-ever consumer CMOS image sensor with in-pixel connection and implementing a single photon avalanche diode (SPAD) array.


Algolux Launches Next-Generation of Eos Embedded Perception Software for ADAS and Autonomous Vehicles

New Arm Technologies Enable Safety-capable Computing Solutions for an Autonomous Future

BrainChip Confirms Validation of the Akida Neural Processor

Intel IoT-Enhanced Processors Increase Performance, AI, Security

Prophesee Launches the Metavision Intelligence Suite, a Comprehensive Software Tool Kit for Developing Event-Based Vision Applications

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