Destination Silicon Valley for the dynamic two-day conference on Collaborative Robots, Advanced Vision & AI.
Silicon Valley – the cradle of the IT revolution – remains a centre for innovation, ideas and the meeting of minds.
This November, Silicon Valley will be buzzing as it hosts the third CRAV – Collaborative Robots, Advanced Vision & AI Conference.
This dynamic conference has a unique place on the calendar as it brings together three key sectors – machine vision, robotics and AI to one location.
The aim of CRAV is to introduce delegates to the technologies, trends, challenges and people that are disrupting the status quo with revolutionary innovations.
This two-day event is being held in San Jose on November 12-13 and is organised by A3 – Association for Advancing Automation.
“CRAV is very unique as it brings together these three different industries, but there is a lot of cohesion between robotics, vision and AI,” said Bob Doyle, A3 vice president.
“AI has been around for a long time now but there is still a lot of interest in AI and how it can be used in machine learning and what options it can open up.
“With robotics and machine vision it comes together really well and the three tracks we have at the event offer plenty of insight.
“There is a lot to take in across the three tracks as there are 30 different sessions. As a result, it is difficult to highlight particular speakers without missing others off the list. If you don’t want to miss any of it, I would suggest that organisations bring three delegates!”
The event packs a punch with four keynote speakers across the two days, aside from those delivering insights in the three tracks. The keynotes are:
- Ben Wolff, Sarcos Robotics: Human Augmentation Robots for the Automation Age: An Extraordinary Category of Cobots
- Sankar “Jay” Jayaram, Intel Sports: Volumetric Technologies for Future Sports Experiences
- Vincent Vanhoucke, Google: Closing the Perception-Actuation Loop using Machine Learning: New Perspectives and Strategies
- Henrik Christensen, Robust.AI and UC San Diego: Present State and Future Directions for Intelligent Vision-Based Collaborative Robots
In addition, CRAV currently has more than 60 exhibitors showcasing their latest technology.
Doyle added: “For exhibitors it is a great opportunity to gain exposure in this exciting market. Our attendees last year included engineers and decision makers from companies like Google, Apple, Intel and Lockheed Martin.
“For delegates, and we had more than 500 last year, it is an opportunity to not just network but to also see what products are out there and are coming to the market.
“We certainly want people to embrace the show and if they want to attend as an exhibitor or delegate then we want to hear from them.”
For more information go to https://crav.ai/