Embedded vision technology is growing rapidly and finding its way into applications across the tech spectrum. These embedded systems are comprised of two main elements: a compact camera connected to a compact processing board. The minimalist size of these systems allows them to be integrated into larger pieces of tech. Additionally, embedded vision systems yield the benefits of being lightweight, energy-efficient, and low cost compared to traditional PC-based vision systems. The practicality and cost-efficiency of embedded systems have made them a fast-growing tech segment with new applications popping up every day.
In this short video, our CEO, Brian Geisel, discusses the major applications of embedded vision systems and where the tech is headed.
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