Are you an early-stage start-up company developing a new product or service incorporating or enabling computer vision or visual AI? Do you want to raise awareness of your company and products with vision industry experts, investors and entrepreneurs? Want a chance to win $5,000 in cash plus membership in the Embedded Vision Alliance?
The Vision Tank is the Embedded Vision Summit’s annual start-up competition, showcasing the best new ventures using computer vision or visual AI in their products or services. Open to early-stage companies, entrants will be judged on four criteria: technology innovation, business plan, team and business opportunity.
Two awards are given out each year: the Judge’s Award and the Audience Choice Award. The winner of the Vision Tank Judges’ Award will receive a $5,000 cash prize, and both winners will each receive a one-year membership in the Embedded Vision Alliance (a $12,000 value). They’ll also get one-on-one advice from the judges, as well as valuable introductions to potential investors, customers, employees and suppliers.
Plus, they’ll benefit from significant publicity as the Vision Tank takes place at the Embedded Vision Summit, the premier event for innovators developing products with visual intelligence, at the edge and in the cloud—this year’s event is expected to attract over 1,400 attendees.
Vision Tank applications are now being accepted and you can submit your application using this link! The application deadline is January 31, 2020.
The application asks for the following information:
Five finalists will be announced at the end of April 2020.
Each finalist will pitch their company and product to judges in front of the Summit audience at the Embedded Vision Summit on Wednesday, May 20, 2020! Winners will be announced at the end of that session.
Questions? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BlinkAI Technologies utilizes machine learning to enhance sensor performance, extending the range of what cameras can see and detect in the real world. Building upon proprietary deep learning techniques, the company has developed robust low-light video inference deployed on efficient low-power devices for camera-embedded systems.
Strayos is a 3D visual AI platform using drone images to reduce cost and improve efficiency in job sites. Its software helps mining and quarry operators optimize the placement of drill holes and quantities of explosives and improve site productivity and safety by providing highly accurate survey data analytics.
Entropix provides better vision for computer vision. Its patented technology employs dual sensor cameras with AI and deep learning software to extract extreme levels of detail from video and still images for ultra-accurate intelligent video analytics. This patented computational resolution reconstruction supercharges video data analytics detection and classification.
Robotic Materials enables robotic components with human-like manipulation skills for the robotics industry. The company provides a sensing hand mechanism using tactile sensing, stereo vision and high-performance embedded vision to mimic the tight integration of sensing, actuation, computation and communication found in natural systems.
Vyrill is focused on helping to understand and interpret the massive amount of user-generated video content (UGVC) on social media and the web and offers a proprietary AI-powered platform for UGVC discovery, analytics, licensing and content marketing to help brand marketers better understand their customers.
Doing something cool in practical computer vision and visual AI? Tell the world! The 2020 Embedded Vision Summit call for Presentation Proposals is now open: https://embeddedvisionsummit.com/call-proposals/
Looking forward to Bing Yu of @MediaTek speaking on MediaTek’s Approach for Edge Intelligence! #evs19 #computervision #machinelearning https://www.embedded-vision.com/summit/mediatek%E2%80%99s-approach-edge-intelligence