Powering the Next Generation Low Power Computer Vision Applications

with Edge Impulse and the Arduino Portenta H7

Edge Impulse is partnering with Arduino to add support for Edge Impulse to the Portenta H7 and its vision shield. This allows any embedded developer to collect image data from the field, quickly build classifiers to interpret the world and deploy models back to production-ready hardware.

Join our webinar to learn how to use Edge Impulse to deploy low power computer vision applications using the Arduino Portenta H7 and understand how to leverage the Edge Impulse studio for managing the entire embedded machine learning pipeline.

March 16, 2021

9AM PT | 12PM ET | 5PM CET

Win an Arduino Portenta H7 + Vision Shield!


Edge Impulse is giving away an Arduino hardware bundle to 10 lucky webinar participants! Register and attend the event online, Tuesday March 16th to get your name in the drawing to win.

Webinar Overview

This 1-hour webinar includes:

A 45-minute presentation + live demo of a low power computer vision application using Edge Impulse on the Arduino Portenta H7 and Vision Shield.

A chance to participate in a live 15 minute Q&A session with our technical experts.


Zin Thein Kyaw

Senior User Success Engineer, Edge Impulse

Zin is a Senior User Success Engineer with Edge Impulse and has 20+ years of experience in embedded systems + IoT design and development. Over the years he's worked in both startup and multinational corporations such as Texas Instruments, ARM, SmartThings, and Kroger. He currently works with Edge Impulse’s ecosystem of developers, partners, and customers to solve real world challenges.

Andrea Richetta

Head of Pro Business Unit, Arduino

Andrea is Head of the Pro Business Unit at Arduino. His role is to provide solutions to the companies that want to integrate and leverage the various Arduino solutions into their business. Joined Arduino in 2014, before this role, he was the product manager then responsible for manufacturing, Product manager for the Hardware department. Before joining Arduino , he served as ICT/Telco Manager in a multinational company in the events industry.

About the Hardware

The Portenta H7 module can simultaneously run high level code such as protocol stacks, machine learning or even interpreted languages like MicroPython or Javascript along with low-level real time tasks. The design includes two processors, a dual core unit made of a Cortex® M7 running at 480MHz and a Cortex® M4 running at 240MHz that can run tasks in parallel.

The Portenta Vision Shield LoRa® brings industry-rated features to your Arduino Portenta. This hardware add-on will let you run embedded computer vision applications, connect wirelessly via LoRa® to the Arduino Cloud or your own infrastructure, and activate your system upon the detection of sound events.

Register and attend the event online, Tuesday, March 16th to get your name in the drawing to win one of 10 hardware bundles. Each hardware bundle includes an Arduino Portenta H7 and an Arduino Portenta Vision Shield.

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