ARM TechCon 2015 delivers an at-the-forefront comprehensive forum created to ignite the development and optimization of future ARM-based embedded products. By offering three full days of technical tracks, demonstrations, and industry insight from broad and deep levels of industry-leading companies and innovative start-ups, ARM TechCon remains more than a tradeshow; it is a comprehensive learning environment for the entire embedded community, uniting the software and hardware communities.
Khronos APIs for Fast and Cool Graphics, Compute and Vision
Neil Trevett: President of the Khronos Group Website: ARM Tech Con Location: Ballroom E Date: Tuesday, November 10 Time: 11:30am - 12:20pm Format: 50-minute Technical Session Track: Automotive/Embedded Vision Pass Type: Conference Pass - Get your pass now! Audience Level: All
Discover how 100 companies cooperate at the Khronos Group to create open, royalty free standards that enable developers to access the power of hardware to accelerate the demanding tasks in cutting-edge mobile applications including heterogeneous parallel computation, 3D graphics and vision processing. This session includes the latest updates to API standards including OpenGL, OpenCL, OpenVX, and the recent Vulkan new generation graphics and compute API. The session will explore how modern APIs will accelerate the availability of compelling experiences such as neural-net based driver assistance, virtual and augmented reality, and advanced environmental tracking and 3D reconstruction on ARM-based devices
How to select API standards that provide application performance, power efficiency and portability
How compute and vision APIs may be suitable for different types of project
How 3D APIs are evolving to provide explicit GPU access
What classes of application are enabled by new API capabilities
General knowledge of software development on mobile platforms
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