Stuttgart, Germany -- The 2nd edition of Embedded Vision Europe conference (EVE) closed on Friday, 25th October, at the ICS Stuttgart with a fully booked attendance of participants from 23 countries. The event has brought top-notch speakers from companies like Intel, NVIDIA, Micron, Pleora and others to Stuttgart.
Embedded VISION Europe 2019 is the leading conference in Europe focusing exclusively on the areas of this disruptive technology and organized by the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA), supported by Messe Stuttgart, the organizer and host of the biennial VISION international trade fair. Embedded VISION Europe is aimed at developers and users of embedded vision technologies from all industries. The conference was accompanied by an exhibition of technologically leading companies presenting their embedded vision competence with innovative products, applications and services.
Chris Yates, Director Advanced Technology at Rockwell Automation and Member of the EMVA Board, who moderated the event, sums up the EVE’s findings as follows: “Embedded vision systems in use today are transforming factories, hospitals, transport, and living spaces, by providing machines with greater cognitive ability through vision. As the only conference focused exclusively on this disruptive technology Embedded Vision Europe 2019 gathered speakers from across the full spectrum of the embedded vision industry, covering topics such as new hardware compute platforms, embedded vision standards and APIs, speciﬁc approaches to optimizing neural networks, as well as real-world examples of the deployment of vision based embedded AI systems.”
The European Machine Vision Association EMVA is a non-for-profit and non-commercial association representing the Machine Vision industry in Europe. The association has been founded in 2003 in Barcelona by industry representatives from all over Europe as a network to promote the development and use of machine vision technology.
The EMVA is open for all types of organizations having a stake in machine vision, computer vision, embedded vision or imaging technologies: manufacturers, system and machine builders, integrators, distributors, consultancies, research organizations and academia. All members – as the 100% owners of the association – benefit from the networking, cooperation and the numerous and diverse activities of the EMVA.