The 2023 Embedded Vision Summit is just around the corner and will take place from 22nd-25th May in Santa Clara, California.

As a conference and expo devoted to practical, deployable computer vision and visual AI, the Summit is organized by the Edge AI and Vision Alliance, an industry partnership operated by BDTI.

With several leading semiconductor companies members of the Alliance, the worldwide industry partnership brings together technology providers who are enabling innovative and practical applications for edge AI and computer vision- making the summit an ideal place to see the latest innovations and trends within the field. Attendees will have direct access to experts on visual and perceptual AI and will be the first to see the latest products, technologies, and tools.

AI vision is one of the main focuses of the summit, an area which is becoming increasingly important in a wide range of industries, from healthcare and automotive to manufacturing and retail. As more and more businesses and organizations look to harness the power of AI vision to improve their operations and enhance their products and services, the need for advanced-edge AI and vision processors, tools, and algorithms is greater than ever before.

The Summit will feature more than 100 sessions, covering everything from technical know-how to the latest trends and developments in the field. The first 20 accepted talks have already been announced, and attendees can expect to hear from some of the most respected experts in the industry.

Despite being US based, the Summit attracts a global audience of technology professionals from companies developing computer vision and edge AI-enabled products including embedded systems, cloud solutions and mobile applications, with 99% of attendees at last year’s event confirming that they would recommend the Summit to a colleague.

Napier is excited to see more events within the AI vision field as the industry continues to grow, and hearing what we will are sure will be fantastic feedback from this year’s event.

For more information about the Summit, please click here.