International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE-Asia 2017) | 5-7th Oct | Bengaluru
Futuristic challenges emerging in the CE and Robotics industry
- There is more data where ever we look, and even more where we cannot observe. From our ovens, washing machines, TVs, PCs, and phones to automobiles and the mass-market self-driving cars of the future, every device is listening and storing data. And we need great engineers to understand this data, create actionable and new products and services, with the goal of intelligent living. Will Google TensorFlow help?
- The concept of microtransactions, along with micro-ownership, anonymity, and non-repudiation, has gained tremendous traction recently. It challenges well-established notions of the financial and consumer/industrial markets, and Blockchain promises to push the boundaries of how consumers would pay for micro services
- Machine intelligence has grown at a tremendous pace. Where do we stand, and what can Robots do for us?
- Visual computing technologies are changing the way consumers perceive the reality around us, through Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Photo-realistic generation of images. With increasing computational power of engines like GPUs, what kind of products can be created, and how? The newly standardized Vulkan API from Khronos.org provides a solution.
About the International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE-Asia 2017)
ICCE-Asia 2017 is organized by IEEE CE Bangalore chapter and RAS Bangalore chapter, supported by IEEE Bangalore section, and IEEE Standards Association. We are grateful to our sponsors Cyient Ltd (Diamond sponsor), and Qualcomm (Platinum sponsor), with additional support from Revvx, Pathpartner.
More details are available at the conference site http://www.icce-asia2017.org.