Last week at theDesign West conference, the TI team and many of our colleagues from across the industry, participated in the Embedded Vision Alliance (EVA) partner meeting. Participants had a lively discussion on what the future holds in store for embedded vision technologies. As part of that dialogue, my colleague, Brian Carlson, presented an overview of our new low power KeyStone devices targeted for the embedded vision market.
You can read more about the EVA meeting in my colleague, Missy Haddad’s, blog post here. As she indicates, the discussions at EVA reinforced the fact that embedded vision is not “sci fi”; it is real, it is here and it is NOW. You can also check out our new resource site to learn more about TI’s “vision” for embedded vision: www.ti.com/embedded-vision.
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