Please join CEVA at Europe’s most forward-thinking ADAS technology event. AutoSens brings together several engineering disciplines in a collaborative environment to advance sensor technology and its integration into vehicles of today and tomorrow. Built on the vision of senior technical experts at automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers, and delivered by conference experts with a passion for engineering. This event is a unique meeting place and plays a vital role in developing sensor technology, processing hardware and algorithms, and system architecture to meet the future demands of automotive OEMs.
CEVA will have a booth and will be demonstrating the benefits of our vision platform that includes the CEVA-XM4 vision processor, CEVA Deep Learning Software Framework (CDNN), and development environment that can help to implement your ADAS applications in a power efficient and cost effective manner.
On Day 1 of the conference– Wednesday September 21, at 4:15 to 4:45 PM At the panel chaired by Goksel Dedeoglu, CEO of PercepTonic: Processing Technologies for ADAS and Autonomous, I will talk about: “What role will AI play in the future of autonomous vehicles and ADAS”.
CEVA will be demonstrating CNN-based automotive and Alexnet demos powered by CEVA’s latest CEVA-XM4 vision processor. In addition we’ll be discussing CDNN2 software framework, which is a quick and automated way to convert, optimize and execute a pre-trained networks on embedded platforms and a great time-to-market.
CEVA guest will receive 15% off their bookings when using discount code: AS_SPEX15_CEVA
You can use this link for delegate registration to the event: http://www.cvent.com/d/srqvbt/4W
You are invited to sign an appointment with me.
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