Machine Vision. Unlocking the Power of Embedded Vision


Supported by Basler AG, All-over-IP Business Forum 2018 is holding the 6th Annual Machine Vision Conference (Nov 21) and Exhibition (Nov 21–23).

In 2018, the conference is focused on combining machine vision technology with advanced computing platforms, programming models and software tools to create solutions that significantly expand functionality of video/image-enabled systems.

The core differences between a machine vision camera and a network (or IP) device come in the areas of higher resolutions, mode controls, and image-processing techniques.

Machine vision applications are able to deliver more detailed images. This helps the user go beyond video monitoring or recording and make more profitable decisions based on processing images (often received from a number of cameras) on the edge or in the cloud.

Implementation of MIPI CSI-2 as a camera interface allows to locate an FPGA module on a PC board and let it be programmed by the user application, which improves flexibility in designing machine vision solutions.

The Machine Vision Conference features

  • Keynote Speech
    Why Companies Lose Innovation Power - And What to Do Against It
    peaker: Ingo Lewerendt, Head of Strategic Business Development, Basler AG

  • Keynote Speech
    The Evolution from PCs to Embedded Solutions
    Speaker: Uwe Post, Managing Director, NET GmbH

  • Future Vision
    Machine Vision Technology Combined with Advanced Computing Platforms. Strategies for Expanding Functionality of Your Machine Vision Application.
    Speaker: Maxim Soroka, General Manager and Owner, ViTec

  • New Products / Solutions / Installations
    XILINX Solutions for Embedded Vision, Machine Learning and Image Processing Applications
    Speaker: Alexander Vlasov, Field Application Engineer, Avnet Silica

  • New Products / Solutions / Installations
    Basler Introduces GigE and USB 3.0 20 MP Cameras and Embedded Vision Camera Modules with MIPI CSI-2 Interface
    Speaker: Vladimir Plyusnin, Technical Support Engineer Russia, Basler AG

  • Keynote Speech
    AI for Machine Vision and Image Recognition as Seen by NVIDIA
    Speaker: Sergey Shatov, Senior Enterprise Business Development Manager, NVIDIA Corporation

  • Considerations When Using Machine Vision Cameras Automated Spectroscopy
    Speaker: Maxim Gaponov, Software Development Engineer, NPP PHOTON

  • New Products / Solutions / Installations
    Multiple Camera Setup and Embedded Vision Applications
    Max Larin, General Manager, XIMEA

  • AI Technology – How We Make Machines Creative and Intelligent in Problem Solving
    Speaker: Nikita Zhivago, Senior Enterprise Business Development Manager RU/CIS, NVIDIA Corporation

  • Panel Discussion – Unlocking the Power of Embedded Vision
  • Neural Network Approach to Identify People and Vehicles.
  • Designing Embedded Vision Applications with Low Power Consumption for Road Traffic Management and Biometric Identification.
  • Enabling High-Performance and Budget-Friendly Vertical Machine Vision Applications with Open Source Hardware and Software Platforms.
  • Smart City Strategies. Cool Uses of Drone-Mounted Machine Vision Cameras with a Mobile App. The Use of Specialized Computing Platforms to Meet the Needs of Artificial Intelligence.
  • The Fall of Closed Vision Systems. Business Challenges Caused by Turning Yesterday Technology Advances into Standard Solutions. Ways to Gain a Competitive Advantage.
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