The Edge AI and Vision Alliance has announced the winner of the 2020 Vision Product of the Year Awards. This prestigious award recognizes the excellence and innovation of industry’s high-tech companies that have adopted and integrated the practical Visual AI and computer version in their businesses. The entries for the 2020 Vision Product of the Year Award are finalized by the panel and team of expertise.
Winners of the 2020 Vision Product of the Year Award:
- Best AI Processors: NVIDIA
“We would like to thank the Edge AI and Vision Alliance for the 2020 Vision Product of the Year Award recognizing the NVIDIA Jetson Nano as the best AI processor,” said Barrie Mullins, Director of Technical Product Marketing. “With cloud-native capabilities, Jetson customers, makers and educators can deploy low-latency multi-modal AI at the edge, future-proofing their deep learning applications to leverage complex, ever-changing models and datasets.”
- Best AI Software or Algorithms – Morpho
“We are excited to have had Morpho products win Vision Product of the Year honors for three years in a row. Morpho’s Semantic Filtering uses deep neural networks to understand the content of images and then applies different classical image processing techniques to different portions of images. Morpho has developed this technology in collaboration with Qualcomm, the leader in smartphone technologies,” company’s CEO and President Masaki Hilaga said.
- Best Automotive Solutions: Horizon Robotics
“We are very excited that Horizon’s Journey 2 AI processor won the Vision Product of the Year Award as the best automotive solution. This is the second year in a row we’ve won this award, which makes it even more special to us. Horizon robotics was founded in 2015 and is a pioneer and global leader in edge AI computing with a focus on ADAS, autonomous driving and artificial intelligence. Journey 2 is a new generation of edge AI processor that is a more efficient, cost-effective and high-performance solution for the smart mobility market,” said Head of Business Development at Horizon Robotics, Harvey Lyu said.