“Image Sensors to Enable Low-cost and Low-power Computer Vision Applications,” a Presentation from STMicroelectronics

Ruchi Upadhyay, Technical Marketing Manager at STMicroelectronics, presents the “Image Sensors to Enable Low-cost and Low-power Computer Vision Applications” tutorial at the May 2023 Embedded Vision Summit.

Advances in image sensor capabilities, such as improved imaging in low-light conditions, coupled with reduced footprint and lower power consumption, are enabling more and more systems to incorporate computer vision. In this presentation, Upadhyay illuminates the key image sensor specifications that computer vision system developers should focus on in order to deliver excellent end-user experiences and improve power efficiency.

Upadhyay introduces key parameters such as quantum efficiency and context switching, explains their impact on system performance, and shows how to make the best use of innovative sensor capabilities to reduce the power consumption. She also touches on embedded image sensor features that can help system developers meet the challenging requirements of tomorrow’s devices.

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