20/20 Vision Hack

1423 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 10
1423 Registered Allowed team size: 1 - 10

Winners are announced.

idea phase
starts on:
Dec 15, 2020, 05:00 PM UTC (UTC)
ends on:
Jan 17, 2021, 07:59 AM UTC (UTC)
Project Building Phase
starts on:
Feb 05, 2021, 05:00 PM UTC (UTC)
ends on:
Apr 01, 2021, 06:59 AM UTC (UTC)



Stewart Christie, Community Manager, Intel

An IoT Evangelist in the Developer Enabling Team at Intel. His day job includes developing demo’s and teaching classes on Computer Vision, primarily for use in the Retail and Hospitality industries, including remote management and digital signage use cases. Stewart is focused on the S/W side of the ecosystem, guiding developers building inference at the edge applications in C/C++ and Python. He is an expert in the deployment of the Intel Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit, Media Acceleration Reference Software, and the vPRO/AMT software solutions.

While not working at Intel, Stewart plays with cameras, and robots, and builds robots with cameras.

You can follow Stewart on twitter @intel_stewart, and follow the robots on twitter@dalekleo

Bridget Martin, Senior Product Manager, Intel

Bridget Martin focuses on enabling Intel partners to create and deploy analytics solutions specifically targeting manufacturing, utilities, oil and gas, logistics and building automation. She has spent the last 10 years in embedded hardware and software with particular focuses on analytics and security.

Matthew Formica, Director, Product Marketing, Intel

Matthew Formica runs Intel’s OpenVINO AI software product marketing efforts, helping developers and customers leverage Intel’s Edge AI developer tools. AI, especially computer vision related, is increasingly a part of use cases across the spectrum: defect detection on assembly lines, disease detection in medical equipment and shelf stocking notifications in retail stores to name just a few. Getting the best performance and ROI requires the right tools. With OpenVINO, developers can easily accelerate their inferencing solution performance by several times using the general purpose compute already built into their solutions, and using OpenVINO APIs they can write once and deploy across a wide range of Intel processors

Toby McClean, VP of IoT Technology and Innovation, ADLINK

As ADLINK’s VP of IoT Technology and Innovation, Toby McClean plays an active role in understanding the pain points of customers and helps them develop technical solutions to solve those problems. Toby has spent almost two decades studying and applying computer science principles to software and system architecture to develop solutions that help to advance next generation business models. He has a Masters Degree in Computer Science from Carleton University in Canada.

Jeff Munch, CTO, ADLINK

As CTO of ADLINK Americas, Jeff Munch heads all R&D operations in North and South America and is responsible for building ADLINK's presence throughout the region. Jeff has over 25 years of experience in hardware design, software development and engineering resource management. Before joining the company, he spent five years at Motorola Computer Group as Director of Engineering. Jeff has also chaired several PICMG sub-committees, most recently for the development of COM Express® standard version 3.0 and its associated Type 7 pinout.

Niels Kortstee, Product Director, Edge Solutions, ADLINK

Niels Kortstee offers more than 15 years of technology experience with real-world industrial applications. Now a product director focused on machine vision and edge AI solutions, Niels came to ADLINK via the company’s acquisition of PrismTech. There Niels gained insight as both a solutions architect and engineering leader for PrismTech’s Data Distribution Services (DDS) software line. Niles started his career as a software engineer at Thales, an industry giant in aerospace and transportation, and has multiple degrees in the field of computer science.

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