Implementing Computer Vision: A Technical Introduction


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A BDTI workshop on algorithms, processors, sensors, tools, libraries, and standards for practical computer vision systems and applications.

11 May 2015 • 9 am to 5 pm
Santa Clara Convention Center • Santa Clara, CA USA
Registration Fee: $299 • Lunch provided

This workshop, developed in collaboration with the Khronos Group, provides an efficient launching pad for engineers, developers, and technical managers seeking to incorporate vision into next-generation products and applications. Attendees will get a practical introduction to key hardware and software topics including algorithms, processors, sensors, tools, libraries, and standards currently used for vision-based application and system design.

Attendees of previous workshops said:

"I now have a better understanding of the challenges of computer vision."

"I discovered new techniques."

"Great presentation! Thank you!"

Read more about the workshop below.

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About the Workshop

For 2015, BDTI will present an expanded technical training workshop on the fundamentals of computer vision system design. This workshop delivers a clear introduction to the building blocks of computer vision applications and systems and an understanding of design approaches, options, and techniques.

Workshop Outline

  • What is computer vision?
  • Examples of algorithms and techniques
  • Processors for vision applications
  • Sensors
  • Development techniques and tools for vision
  • OpenCV, a library of functions for computer vision
  • Open standards from the Khronos Group for authoring and accelerating computer vision:
    • OpenVX
    • OpenCL
  • Resources

About the Organizer

BDTI is the Founding Member of the Embedded Vision Alliance. The workshop will be led by BDTI engineers experienced in developing vision-based applications and systems.

Additional Information

Contact BDTI with any questions about the workshop.