The first edition of the Embedded VISION Europe conference offers top-noche speeches
held by internationally well known specialists and drivers in the embedded technology field.
The presentations are structured in three thematic blocks,
We are very proud to announce the already confirmed speakers as follows:
Alex serves as Chief Computer Vision (CV) Advocate at Intel. In this role he contributes to collaboration across Intel with regards to all aspects of CV and DL, works with IoTG’s BUs on various markets’ and customers’ CV requirements as well as drives data related activities across Intel. He joined Intel in July, 2016 through acquisition of Itseez Inc (widely known as a developer and supporter of OpenCV) by Intel.
He holds BSc and Msc in Physics, and did post graduate studies at the Institute of Applied Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences and University of Texas at Austin in Physics and electrical/biomedical engineering respectively.
Raj Talluri serves as senior vice president of product management for Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI), where he is currently responsible for managing QTI’s Internet of Things (IoT) business. Prior to this role, he was responsible for product management of mobile computing, Sense ID 3D finger print technology and Qualcomm Snapdragon Application Processor technologies. Talluri has more than 20 years of experience spanning across business management, strategic marketing, and engineering management.
He began his career at Texas Instruments (TI), working on media processing in their corporate research labs. During that time, Talluri started multiple new businesses in digital consumer electronics and wireless technologies. He also served as general manager of the Imaging and Audio business for five years, where he led the development of successful digital signal processing technologies for various consumer electronics devices. Later, Talluri was named general manager of the Cellular Media Solution business in TI’s Wireless Terminals Business Unit. In this role, he led the successful launch of TI’s OMAP3 and OMAP4 application processor platform for smartphones.
Talluri holds a Ph.D in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He also holds a Master of Engineering degree from Anna University in Chennai, India and a Bachelor of Engineering from Andhra University in Waltair, India.
Alexander Schreiber, Principal Application Engineer at MathWorks
'Deep Learning and Vision Algorithm Development in MATLAB Targeting Embedded GPUs'
Alexander Schreiber joined the Application Engineering department of MathWorks Germany in 2008 and works as Principal Application Engineer and Technical Account Manager. He covers application areas of autonomous systems design, HW/SW co-design, automatic code generation and verification (HDL, C). Prior to joining MathWorks he worked as ASIC Library Designer, ASIC Designer and Project Manager for EDA and semiconductor companies. He holds a M.Sc. equivalent degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Stuttgart.
David Moloney, Director Machine Vision Technology, NTG at Intel Corporation
'Low-cost Edge-based Deep Learning Inference and Computer Vision in Consumer and Industrial Devices'
David was formerly the chief technology officer of Movidius, which he founded in 2005 with Sean Mitchell.
Giles Peckham, Regional Marketing Director at Xilinx
'reVISION Accelerating Embedded Vision and Machine Learning applications at the Edge'
Giles has more than 30 years’ experience in the semiconductor industry, starting with the design of ASSPs for consumer applications at NXP before moving on to FAE and marketing roles for gate array and standard cell products and finally a sales role in the same organisation. Whilst at Xilinx, he has held a number of technical and commercial marketing roles in EMEA and now runs a global marketing team from his office in London.
Dr. Hans Ebinger, Vice President Sales at ESPROS Photonics
'High performance imaging for time-of-flight and spectral sensing'
Hans Ebinger holds a Physics degree from the University in Marburg, Germany and graduated in the field of Surface Science. He worked for 15 years in the thin film equipment industry for production of optical discs and photovoltaic panels. His career path includes positions in R&D, product management, sales and managing director positions. From 2011-16 he was CEO of precision optics player SwissOptic in Heerbrugg.
Dr. Harris Gasparakis, Expert technologist at AMD
'How to get the best out of heterogeneous system architectures for vision applications'
Harris Gasparakis, Ph.D., is currently tasked with architecting the implementation of popular machine learning and vision frameworks on HSA platforms using AMD's open source HSA stack (ROCM). He led OpenCV's initial OpenCL implementation and sponsored the development of OpenCV 3.x transparent API, and has been overall engaged in Computer Vision strategic planning, ISVs, and AMD Ventures companies, including providing technical leadership and oversight in the development of the AMD Gesture and AMD Face Login product lines, among others.
Jochem Herrmann, President of the EMVA
'Embedded Vision Standards'
Jochem Herrmann is Chief Scientist and co-founder of the Dutch camera manufacturer Adimec.
He is responsible for the future technologies on Adimec’s roadmap (2-5 years ahead). New technologies can be developed in house, but also in joint R&D projects with industrial partners and universities, often in European programs like FP7, CATRENE and Medea+.
Dr. Klaus-Henning Noffz, CEO at Silicon Software
'The brain in the Machine Vision camera – embedded FPGA imaging in practice'
Klaus-Henning Noffz, studied Physics at and received his Ph.D. from the University of Heidelberg with his thesis about detection systems with multiple FPGAs. In 1997 he founded Silicon Software together with Dr. Ralf Lay. Within the group of FPGA experts at Silicon Software, cutting-edge series of off-the-shelf and OEM hardware and software products and innumerous programming customizations were developed and implemented.
Marco Jacobs, Vice President Marketing at videantis
'Demystifying embedded vision processing architectures'
Marco Jacobs has over 20 years of experience in the semiconductor IP industry and video/imaging applications. At videantis, he is responsible for corporate and product marketing and works with key semiconductor manufacturers to bring novel, higher-quality computer vision and video applications to its customers. Prior to joining videantis, Marco was VP of marketing at Vector Fabrics, director of multimedia marketing at ARC, held management positions at semiconductor startups Silicon Hive (acquired by Intel) and BOPS, and was a software architect at Philips.
Martin Wäny, CEO at Awaiba, Member of AMS Group
'Miniaturization of digital eyes, micro camera modules for IoT and other embedded vision solutions'
Martin Wäny graduated in physical electronics from IMT Neuchâtel in 1997. In 1998 he worked on CMOS image sensors at IMEC Belgium. In 1999 he joined CSEM to work on high-dynamic range pixels and invented the LINLOG™ Technology which he spun off as co-founder to Photonfocus in 2001. In 2004 he founded AWAIBA Lda a design company for specialized image sensors, which in 2015 became part of AMS. He currently is member of the AMS technology office and directs the marketing of micro camera modules. Martin Wäny was member of the founding board of EMVA the European machine vision association and he was the initial chair to the EMVA1288 vision standard working group. He is member of IEEE and SPIE societies.
Olivier Despont, ViDi Product Marketing Specialist at Cognex
'Deep learning for machine vision'
Passionate by innovative and cutting-edge technologies, Olivier Despont spent the last 3 years working for ViDI systems SA, a swiss leading AI software company developing the business and setting up the sales channel to promote its Deep Learning Software in Asia and North America. Following the recent acquisition Olivier is now the Product Marketing Specialist for Deep Learning at Cognex.
Paul Maria Zalewski, Product Line Manager at Allied Vision Technologies
'Bringing machine vision performance to embedded systems – Camera Modules with advanced image pre-processing for Embedded Vision'
Paul Maria Zalewski is a product management professional at Allied Vision Technologies. Paul is the visionary behind a new camera platform for the embedded world, which initial idea was started with a novel approach of camera design.
Dr. Thomas Däubler, CTO at NET New Electronic Technology
'New image processing paradigma in embedded vision: Camera-integrated 3D laser triangulation'
Thomas Däubler joined NET New Electronic Technology GmbH as CTO in 2015. He shapes NET’s roadmap incl. industrial and medical cameras under consideration of new technologies and market demand. In future, NET’s open camera concept will provide a wider basis for camera-embedded vision solutions. Prior to joining NET, Thomas worked in product development, product management, and business development for test systems and machine vision solutions.
Dr. Vassilis Tsagaris, CEO at IRIDA Labs
'Democratizing deep learning – a low cost food product identification approach designed for embedded devices'
Vassilis Tsagaris founded IRIDA Labs in 2009 with the aim to bridge the gap between a camera and a human eye by bringing visual perception to any device, making embedded computer vision accessible to everyone. Today, as CEO of IRIDA Labs he is responsible for corporate strategy, business partnerships and business development worldwide. IRIDA Labs is partnered with large international companies like Qualcomm, Cadence and CEVA (all NASDAQ listed) and has a client basis in Europe, China and USA.
* further speaker announcements to follow
|Registration||28 Feb – 5 Oct|
|Meeting Selection||4 Sep – 8 Oct|
|Event||12 Oct – 13 Oct|
|Korea, Republic Of||2|