Intel and Qualcomm deliver Key Notes at first Embedded Vision Europe

More than 160 registrations and 25 exhibitors already confirmed at the conference

Two weeks prior to the opening, the first Embedded Vision Europe (EVE) already beats all expectations. So far, close to 170 conference participants have registered and 25 companies will participate in the accompanied table-top exhibition.


A key reason for this high demand is the unique program of the new conference format which is now rounded-up by the two high-caliber key note speakers:

Raj Talluri serves as Senior Vice President of Product Management for Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI), where he is currently responsible for managing QTIs Internet of Things (IoT) business. He will give the opening key note speech on Thursday 12 October titled ‘Innovations in camera processing and computer vision for IoT applications'.

The keynote on the second conference day will be held by Alex Myakov, Chief Computer Vision Advocate at Intel Corporation. He will talk about ‘Enabling Computer Vision and Deep Learning for Real Life. In his role as Chief Computer Vision (CV) Advocate at Intel Alex Myakov contributes to collaboration across Intel with regards to all aspects of CV and DL, works with IoTGs BUs on various markets and customers CV requirements as well as drives data related activities across Intel.

Conference booking is still open, and the entire program of the first Embedded Vision Europe (EVE) from 12-13 October 2017 at the ICS International Congress Center Stuttgart as well as online registration procedures are available at the conference websites www.embedded-vision-emva.org.

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