CVPR 2020 Conference Now Open for Registration
Jan. 7, 2020 — CVPR 2020, the Premier Conference and Expo focused on Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Computer Vision where applications include Autonomous Driving and Facial Recognition will hold its conference on June 16 – 18, 2020 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington.
CVPR 2020 will include the leading professionals from every aspect of the computer vision and artificial intelligence industry.
Last year registration reached 9,227 attendees who gathered and visited 181 exhibitors who featured the newest hardware systems, software, and career opportunities, and this year we expect that number to grow. Technology leaders, students, academics, and industry researchers will be looking for originations that are active in the industry.
More information on who attends, their type of business, size of organization can be found on the CVPR 2020 site.
What CVPR exhibitors reported last year:
- 86% rated the effectiveness of their participation Excellent/Good
- 87% rated the quantity of traffic to their booth space Excellent/Good
- 80% indicated they are planning to increase or maintain their exhibit presence for 2020
Organizations that have already reserved exhibit space include:
- IBM Research
- Lyft, Inc.
- Intel AI
- Disney Research
- Cadence Design Systems
Questions? Please email [email protected] or call 1.630.929.7964 to discuss the Expo floor plan and to reserve exhibit space today!
How to Become a Sponsor and Exhibitor at CVPR 2020
Go online and select your 2020 exhibit space today:
- Review the current CVPR 2020 Expo Floor plan which indicates the exhibit space still available.
- Review information on the optional 2020 Sponsorship Levels.
- Complete and submit the online Sponsorship and Expo Space Application.
CVPR is the premier annual computer vision event comprising the main conference and several co-located workshops and short courses. With its high quality and low cost, it provides an exceptional value for students, academics and industry researchers.