Mario Vigliar

CTO @ DPControl

Mario Vigliar was born in Nocera Inferiore, Italy, in 1980. He received his M.Sc. And his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Salerno, Italy. He was involved in the study and development of heterogeneous multi-core and multi-processing imaging systems since 2007. Since then he has become Chief Scientist of Spark/TTM, still holding the position of CTO of his own company DPControl in Italy. He holds 2 international patents on innovative architectures for Visual Search, licensed by STMicroelectronics NV, several publications about video processing, image compression and linear algebra computing systems in FPGA and ASIC. He leads a R&D team of 15 persons all involved in developing modern systems for efficient image, video and AI processing.

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Streaming image processing with Rust: an embedded developer perspective
November 21 2023 - 14:30 (60 min )

Image and AI processing require low-level, close to metal and black magic arts to result performant in embedded systems, with low chances of portability and safety. This argument can be subverted by using Rust and WGPU for implementing a portable ISP camera stack, portable, safe, readable and fast.

Streaming image processing with Rust: an embedded developer perspective
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