January 26, 2012
2010 NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference
September 23rd, 2010, 9am
There are more than 6000 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in use in the US Military. The US Army alone has flown more than 1 million UAV flight hours. Every UAV captures at least one stream of video; some as many as 9. All this video needs to be processed and analyzed both during the mission, and post-mission. Traditionally, custom silicon hardware — ASICs (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) and FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) were required for even the most rudimentary image processing tasks. Now, GPUs provide orders of magnitude more compute at a fraction of the cost. Hear how MotionDSP uses GPUs to provide new capabilities to military imaging.
|Speaker:||Sean Varah, CEO/Founder, MotionDSP Inc.|
|Topics:||Video Processing, High Performance Computing|
Thursday, September, 23rd, 09:00 – 9:50
Registration and more information at http://www.nvidia.com/gtc