We just can’t keep all this great information bottled up! Although the virtual 2021 Embedded Vision Summit has passed, the opportunity to gain key insights from it on current topics in computer vision and edge AI haven’t. Now, you can catch these talks from key expert speakers in the field at your convenience.
“The quality of the talks is extraordinary.”
Watch demos from top suppliers who are revealing their latest developments in AI-powered computer vision and edge technologies—processors, algorithms, software, sensors, development tools, services and much more!
Because they’re all in one place, you now have the ability to quickly learn about the newest commercially available advancements that could help you. And you can connect with company representatives in the companies’ kiosks through chat to schedule meetings. Take a look at who is demoing what!
Visit 50+ exhibitor kiosks and explore more about the supplies, what they do and how they can give you and your products the foundation for a competitive edge. In the kiosks, you can:
Browse the list of Exhibitors now to see who you’d like to learn more about!
“It’s perfect for an engineering-driven audience, looking for solutions.”
“I know you've spent a lot of time in helping the lecturers perfect their presentations, and the outcome just speaks for itself.”
“The Embedded Vision Summit is one of the premier conferences in the industry.”
Below is the schedule from the Embedded Vision Summit listing all of the talks from the event that you can access to on-demand.
Note: All sessions will be available on the event platform until December 31, 2021.
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