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Qualcomm Announces Collaboration with Microsoft to Expand and Accelerate AR to Usher in New Gateways to the Metaverse

The Companies will Collaborate on Designing Custom AR Chips and Integrating Software Platforms January 4, 2022 – Las Vegas – At the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. announced their collaboration with Microsoft to expand and accelerate the adoption of augmented reality (AR) in both the consumer and enterprise sector. Both companies are

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Face Tracking in Python using Xailient Face Detector and Dlib

This blog post was originally published at Xailient’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Xailient. Face tracking is detecting a set of faces in frame 1 of a video, establishing a correspondence between the frames, and maintaining a unique ID for each of the faces throughout the video. It is being used

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Renesas Demonstration of the RZ/V Microprocessor with a Power-efficient AI Accelerator

Manny Singh, Principal Product Marketing Manager at Renesas, demonstrates the company’s latest edge AI and vision technologies and products at the 2021 Embedded Vision Summit. Specifically, Singh demonstrates the company’s the RZ/V microprocessor with a power-efficient AI accelerator. In this demo of object detection and recognition on Renesas’ proprietary Dynamically Reconfigurable Processor (DRP-AI), Singh shows

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Ready for Air: Welcome to a New Dawn for Aerial Autonomy

This blog post was originally published at Opteran Technologies’ website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Opteran Technologies. Opteran enables robust, fast, GPS free, verifiable autonomy for aerial systems, at previously unimaginable size, weight (~30g), power (~3W) and hardware costs using consumer 2D cameras Today we’re happy to share a first glance at our

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LAON PEOPLE Demonstration of Surface Inspection Using a Deep Learning Solution

Henry Sang, Director of Business Development at LAON PEOPLE, demonstrates the company’s latest edge AI and vision technologies and products at the 2021 Embedded Vision Summit. Specifically, Sang demonstrates fully automatic inspection of complex surfaces (e.g., automobiles) using LAON PEOPLE’s advanced machine vision camera and deep learning algorithms. The solution is able to spot defects

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LAON PEOPLE Demonstration of Traffic Analysis Using a Deep Learning Solution

Luke Faubion, Traffic Solution Director at LAON PEOPLE, demonstrates the company’s latest edge AI and vision technologies and products at the 2021 Embedded Vision Summit. Specifically, Faubion demonstrates traffic analysis using the company’s deep learning solution. The traffic analysis program Faubion demonstrates doesn’t require installing a new IP camera. LAON PEOPLE’s AI solution provides vehicle,

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Coherent Logix Demonstration of Virtual Surround View Fire Detection Using a Deep Neural Network and the HyperX Processor

Martin Hunt, Director of Applications Engineering at Coherent Logix, demonstrates the company’s latest edge AI and vision technologies and products at the 2021 Embedded Vision Summit. Specifically, Hunt demonstrates virtual surround view fire detection using a deep neural network (DNN) and the company’s HyperX processor. In this demo, Hunt shows the detection of fire using

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Coherent Logix Demonstration of Ultra-low Latency Industrial Inspection at the Edge Using the HyperX Processor

Martin Hunt, Director of Applications Engineering at Coherent Logix, demonstrates the company’s latest edge AI and vision technologies and products at the 2021 Embedded Vision Summit. Specifically, Hunt demonstrates ultra-low latency industrial inspection at the edge using the company’s HyperX processor. In this demo, Hunt shows how to use the HyperX Memory Network parallel processor

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Xailient Announces Face Recognition AI for Sony’s Intelligent Vision Sensor IMX500 with Impressive 97.8% Accuracy Up to 3 Meters

SYDNEY, Nov. 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Xailient announced the world’s most power-efficient Face Recognition AI, which runs on the IMX500, the world’s first intelligent vision sensor with edge AI processing capability from Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation (“Sony”). Xailient’s Face Recognition enables high-speed edge AI processing with low-power consumption using Sony’s IMX500 – a chip so

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