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2014 was a big year for the Image Sensors conference, with two new successful additions to the portfolio - IS Auto and IS Americas. Overall, we had 470 attendees from 263 companies across 23 countries attending, it's fantastic to see so many new companies engaging, and the role we are able to play in helping this industry sector grow and develop.

As we move into 2015, the plans remain the same - to deliver the best forum for business to meet technology in digital imaging. We will target the most senior technical experts, and end users to give insight via the programme, while working hard to spread the message throughout the imaging supply chain to increase engagement.

Upcoming event: Image Sensors 2015

IS 2015 Image Sensors 2015 will be taking place from the 17-19 March in London. It is set to continue the success of IS2014 - bringing you the highest quality agenda possible, and a programme which covers all the latest aspects of staying ahead of the game in the commercial image sensors marketplace.

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This meeting is essential for you if you:

  • Are an imaging scientist, camera technologist, image sensor expert, ISP developer or otherwise involved in digital imaging
  • Manufacture cameras for mobile, professional, automotive, surveillance, military, medical, space, or machine vision applications
  • Supply materials, technology or consulting to the digital imaging marketplace

Image Sensors events differ from other technical meetings in that they attract the senior business managers in the supply chain, and content relates imaging innovation to the business challenges and supply chain impact of novel technologies. High level discussion, high calibre attendees, and a great networking opportunity.

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Image Sensors Americas exceeded all expectations for 2014!

The Inaugural Image Sensors Americas was held from September 9-11 at the Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, CA. The conference was a great success with over 150 attendees from 82 companies and 18 countries. Google, Canon, Intel, On Semiconductor were amongst the expert companies in attendance.

The feedback for Image Sensors Americas speaks for itself:

"Very useful. Excellent workshops incr4eased the value of almost every technical sessions that followed" M. Delaney, Micro Encoder Inc

"The conference allows me to keep up on major trends as well as stirs the imagination of what I might be able to achieve in my application space" C.Stith, EndoChoice

"Nice line up of high quality presentations. Good environment to network with the large imaging community" G. Burns, Intel

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Key IS Americas Speakers

Ron Tussy
Imerge

Ron Tussy is the Principal of the Imerge Group since 1998, specializing in intelligence, product and business development, validation, IP patent analysis and risk mitigation. He has 24 years in tech and was a B level exec at Apple and IDC, founded IDC's programs for digital imaging sciences, MEMs sensors, imaging sensors and display technologies.

Ron Tussy
Charles Poynton

Charles Poynton works as an independent contractor, specializing in the physics, mathematics, and engineering of digital colour imaging systems, including digital video, HDTV, and digital cinema (D-cinema). He is a part-time Ph.D. student at Simon Fraser University. Poynton is a Fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), and in 1994 was awarded the Society's David Sarnoff Gold Medal for his work to integrate video technology with computing and communications, including his work to establish square pixels as the basis for HDTV standards.

Charles Poynton
Terry Gilton
ON Semiconductor

Terry Gilton is the Vice President of Advanced Technology for ON Semiconductor where he is responsible for the process and pixel research and development. Most recently, Terry worked on consumer sensor development at Apple as its Senior Director of Sensor Technology, and earlier on mobile sensor cloud application as the founder & CEO at pSiFlow Technology.

Terry Gilton
Peter Labaziewicz
Texas Instruments

Peter Labaziewicz is Director of Technology for imaging and vision and Texas Instruments. He has over 20 years of industry experience in the consumer product, camera, imaging, semiconductor, processor, video, vision, and security markets. Peter started his career at Eastman Kodak, working on the development of some of the first consumer digital cameras. Joining Texas Instruments in 2007, Peter worked on imaging, video and vision SoC solutions for consumer and industrial markets. He is currently directing imaging and machine vision technology development at TI, focusing on automotive advanced driver assistance.

Peter Labaziewicz
Alberto Magnani
Fairchild Imaging

Alberto Magnani has been managing the Analog Sensor Design group at Fairchild developing innovative sensor solutions for the Professional Video, Biotech, Scientific and Security imaging markets specializing in very high speed sensor architectures with particular focus on low read noise and very high dynamic range.

Alberto Magnani
Clarence Korendyke
Naval Research Laboratory

Dr. Korendyke joined the Naval Research Laboratory in 1988 and is the Section head of the Solar Instrumentation Section in the Space Science Division at the Naval Research Laboratory. Dr. Korendyke has developed over a dozen space flight instruments. Dr. Korendyke is the lead NRL instrument scientist on the Heliospheric Imager experiments for the Solar Orbiter and the Solar Probe Plus missions.

Clarence Korendyke
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IS 2015 Sponsors and Exhibitors
  • FRAMOS Electronics Limited
  • SCHOTT UK Ltd
  • JDSU
  • Tanner EDA
  • TowerJazz
  • Invenios
  • aSpect Systems GmbH
  • DxO Labs
  • CMOSIS NV
  • Yole Développement
  • First Sensor  / MPD
  • Fraunhofer
  • ON Semiconductor
  • Pro-Lite Technology LLP
IS 2015 Media Partners
  • European Machine Vision Association
  • Photonics Media
  • NASA Tech Briefs
  • Imaging and Machine Vision Europe