Utah Communities Connect: Utah’s Digital Alliance endeavors to bring awareness and action to
our communities concerning information communication technologies around access, devices,
and education. At the summit on October 8th, we will convene local leaders from government,
education, nonprofits, libraries, service providers, and others to discuss digital inclusion efforts,
raise awareness, and identify opportunities for community members and stakeholders working
toward digital equity in Utah.


9:00 AM | Welcome and keynote addresses by Kelleigh Cole and Mallory Bateman

10:00 AM | Two rounds of breakout sessions on: Education, Healthcare, Civic Engagement, Economic Opportunity, Accessibility, Digital Literacy in the Community.

12:00 PM | Lunch, Networking, and Awards Presentation with Mayor Jackie Biskupski

Main Library, Salt Lake City Public Library*
210 East 400 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111

*Parking Validation for the Library garage will be available to full conference attendees.

For questions or comments email Shauna Edson at sedson@slcpl.org
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Olga Filippova

Elphel, Inc.
Vice president
West Valley City, Utah
My partner and I have founded Elphel in 2001. We are a technology company doing research and development in the field of high-performance digital cameras, image processing, 3D imaging and machine learning. Elphel imaging systems are primarily used for for scientific and robotic applications. Starting with Google Books and later Google Street View projects we introduced JP4 – JPEG-based (and so compatible with the standard libraries) image compression that preserves raw Bayer data of the image sensors. Since 2012 Elphel has been developing methods of precise camera calibration and designing photogrammetric multiple-view cameras. Elphel MNC393-X camera is the longest range 3D perception system, currently known.