Computer vision has come a long way, enabling use cases that were previously not possible in mass-market devices. Thanks to advances in image sensors, mobile processors, operating systems, and application software, vision is now an essential technology for enabling a broad range of applications in tomorrow’s intelligent devices: from smartphones and connected cameras to cars, robots, and drones. Making this happen seamlessly in mass-market devices is not easy, but Qualcomm is making it possible by leveraging our high performance mobile technology and computer vision expertise.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Key advancements in computer vision technologies
  • Motivations for incorporating vision technologies into devices in different market sectors
  • Critical challenges to ubiquitous deployment of vision technologies
  • The importance of enabling visual intelligence
  • Potential applications of visual intelligence in different market sectors
  • Why on-device intelligence will be key for emerging vision applications
  • Why Qualcomm Technologies is uniquely positioned to lead in computer vision technologies


Michael Mangan, Product Manager, Camera and Computer Vision, Qualcomm

Michael is focused on bringing to market sophisticated mobile cameras and processors, capable of running advanced visual processing algorithms. With his years of engineering, business development and product management experience, Michael plays a significant part in Qualcomm enabling new mobile market segments like Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, and delivering high quality Computer Vision experiences to end-customers. He creates improvements in image processing, mobile processing hardware, and Computer Vision software by making computationally demanding algorithms run effectively on mobile, such as multi-camera processing, computational photography, six degrees of focus, mobile 3D reconstruction, and more. He earned his Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto and an MBA from the Rady School of Management at UCSD.

Maged Zaki, Director of Technical Marketing, Qualcomm

Maged serves as director of technical marketing for Qualcomm Incorporated. In this role, he is responsible for content creation and messaging around mobile computing that is based on strategic analysis of industry dynamics. Maged has more than 15 years of experience in the wireless industry, spanning technology marketing, strategy consulting and system engineering.