The annual Israel Machine Vision Conference (IMVC) took place on March 28, 2017 at David InterContinental Tel Aviv.
Amit Moran spoke at a conference on “Building Perceptive Robots with Intel® Euclid™”.


A revolution has started…
Robots are traditionally confined to factories behind steel fences for the safety of the workers around them. That is changing thanks to advanced perception capabilities, robots are now getting ready to be a part of our day to day lives.
For a researcher, joining this revolution is not a simple task. There is a steep learning curve to get into robotics. It is complicated, and it involves working with many devices and different technologies. What if creating perceptive robots would have been easy and fun? Just plug and play. What would you do?
Join us to hear more about Intel® Euclid™ – an innovative all-in-one perception device that allows beginners and professionals to use advanced vision capabilities in their robotic projects.


Amit Moran is leading the Robotics Innovation team as part of the Intel’s RealSense Innovation Lab in Israel. In the past 5.5 years in the Innovation Lab, Amit has lead several novel experiences and usages, leveraging from Intel’s RealSense™ program;

during which he has been inventing, designing and prototyping innovative concepts for interacting with our computing devices.
Currently, Amit is leading a R&D team focused on 3D vision in robotics. Amit holds a MSc degree in Software Engineering from Institute National de Science Appliqué (INSA) de Lyon, France. He is a co-author of several patents in the perceptual computing (NUI) domain.

For Amit Moran’s  presentation click here

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