Identify the most appropriate framework for building professional, medical-grade image processing systems

This webinar introduces one of several new medical applications based on the Kontron COMe-cSE6 with a SoC (system-on-chip) of the second Generation  AMD G-Series. Attendees will not only gain a better understanding of the major differences in technology they will also able to identify the most appropriate framework for building their professional, medical-grade image processing systems.

Speakers

  • Cameron Swen is Segment Marketing Manager for Medical Applications in AMD’s Embedded Solutions Division. Swen holds a degree in Engineering from Colorado State University and joined AMD in 2003 as the Manager of Technical Marketing for AMD’s Innovative Solutions Group. He started his career over 20 years ago as an engineer working with embedded computer systems and has held a variety of technical marketing positions at National Semiconductor and AMD for the last 15 years.
  • Martin Unverdorben, ist Technology Manager at Kontron. After his degree in electronic engineering, Martin worked as a technical trainer in the telecommunication market before he joined Kontron in the year 2000 as a Field Application Engineer. Today he is Product Manager for SMARC and also teaches customers how to use and “design-in” computer-on-modules in regular trainings.
  • Stefan Braunewell from the Fraunhofer MEVIS Institute.


 


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