The Embedded Vision Summit is the premier conference on practical computer vision and visual AI, covering technologies and techniques for the entire spectrum of applications including consumer, automotive, health and fitness, industrial, retail and more. It attracts a unique audience of more than 1,200 product creators, entrepreneurs and business decision-makers who are creating and using vision technology. The 2021 Summit will be a virtual conference, taking place online on May 25-28. The Summit is known for very high quality, highly relevant content, so it’s the ideal venue for sharing your insights and getting the word out about new technologies, techniques, applications, products and practical breakthroughs in computer vision.
Although the deadline to submit a proposal has passed, we will consider new proposals until the agenda is full. Space is limited, so submit your presentation now!
Please be sure to read the details below before applying.
To maximize audience learning and engagement, Summit sessions will have a variety of formats, including:
To minimize technical issues, all content except for audience Q&A will be pre-recorded. Most sessions will be broadcast at a scheduled time slot, and immediately followed by live Q&A. Some sessions will be made available “on-demand” ahead of the live conference dates, and will have audience Q&A enabled through online text chat.
Important: Sessions presented by companies that supply building-block technologies (such as processors, software tools, algorithms, sensors, camera modules, data labeling services) require a sponsorship fee if the topic of the session is related to the company’s products (for example, describing the technology underlying the product or a use case of the product). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsorship details. (If you would like to host a session on a product that has not yet been announced, please contact us to discuss options for limiting the information that we will make public prior to the Summit.)
Product-related sessions from companies that supply building-block technologies (such as processors, software tools, algorithms, sensors, camera modules, data labeling services) go in the Enabling Technologies track if the topic of the session is related to the company’s products (for example, describing the technology underlying the product or a use case of the product.
These are sessions from companies that supply building-block technologies on topics related to the company’s products—sponsorship required.
Sessions focused on peer-to-peer technical education at an intermediate or advanced level go in the Technical Insights track. In these sessions, experienced engineers present techniques, trade-offs and case studies useful to vision system and application developers.
Sessions focused on market research, business models, solution-level case studies and high-level technology trends and challenges go in the Business Insights track. These sessions are intended to provide business decision-makers with insights that will help them make important decisions about products, markets and technologies.
Introductory technical tutorials go in the Fundamentals track. These sessions are intended for those who are new to practical computer vision and visual AI—or to some aspects of it. They provide a fast-track technical learning experience delivering practical know-how that attendees can put to work right away.
All companies are welcome to propose presentations for the Embedded Vision Summit. However, Enabling Technologies track sessions are available only to Edge AI and Vision Alliance Member companies.
For information about sponsoring a session, presenting a demo, exhibiting in the Technology Showcase or sponsoring other elements of the Summit, please contact email@example.com.
We will continue to include a wide range of topics related to practical computer vision and visual AI applications. We especially welcome sessions on the following topics:
For the Technical Insights, Business Insights and Fundamentals tracks, sessions should present practical insights, data and techniques that attendees can put to use whether or not they use your company’s products. Examples include:
For sponsored, product-related sessions:
Here are some details to maximize the chances of success for your session proposal:
Deadline: Although the deadline to submit a proposal has passed, we will consider new proposals until the agenda is full. Space is limited, so submit your presentation now!
Submit your proposal for a session at the Embedded Vision Summit
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