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Smithers Apex announce inaugural Image Sensors Auto conference

Image Sensors Automotive will be taking place on 17-18 June 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Brussels - Le Palace, Belgium.

This conference is the first dedicated forum for discussion of automotive imaging systems and technology.
Speakers include: Euro NCAP, BMW, Continental, Ficosa, SmartSurv Vision Systems, Valeo, TI, Yogitech, Aptina, OmniVision, SBD (Secured by Design Ltd), DxO Labs... and many more >>

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All IS2014 conferences will continue the success of IS2013 - 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.

With presentations from end users in camera phones, digital stills cameras, broadcasting, military, space, security, automotive and more, this was the only commercial image sensors conference that delivered the latest in technical innovations. No marketing speak, no product videos, just the latest innovations in sensor design, system architecture, and image processing from speakers who are at the top of their game.

But don't just take our word for it, here are some testimonials from the attendees:

"I like this conference, it's a good mix of technical content with business-focussed presentations, and the audience always has a good spread across R&D and management. I am delighted to return to deliver the opening Keynote presentation, and I'm sure I'll be back at Image Sensors again in the future."
Dr Howard Rhodes, CTO, Omnivision


"This was my first time at Image Sensors, but I was very impressed with the calibre of attendees, and the range of high-quality content and discussion made for an excellent forum. A thoroughly enjoyable and valuable experience and this certainly won't be the last time I attend."
Jim Lewis, CEO, MESA Imaging


"The most productive single event we take part in in Europe - excellent return on investment."
Paul Double, EDA Solutions


"Good speakers - industry-renowned experts."
Ian Montandon, Valeo


"The conference was well organised with a balanced diversity of covered topics making the event very productive and interesting."
Ziv Attar, LINX Imaging


"Organised very well, great venue, an education for everyone at any level of understanding."
Daniel Donabedian, Ziptronix


"An excellent opportunity to be informed about the latest technical and business trends in digital imaging."
Bryan Olmstead, Datalogic ADC


"Good presentations, excellent organisation of the event, useful discussions, I met a lot of people."
Alexandre Dokoutchaev, Aptina

 

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Latest Speakers

JungChak Ahn
Samsung Electronics Corporation

JungChak Ahn was born in 1970, in Korea. In 1999, he joined Image development group as a starting member in Samsung Image business. Since then, he has been successfully developing every generation of pixel (5.6um to 1.12um) for Samsung CMOS image sensor, including FSI, lightguide, and BSI sensors. He published 20 technical papers and filed 40 U.S. patents.

JungChak Ahn
Manuel Innocent
ON Semiconductor

Since 2003 Dr Innocent has been with FillFactory which was later acquired by ON Semiconductor. He worked on the analog design of image sensors, delta-sigma ADC design, image processing algorithms, sensor characterization and he designed several technology development chips including chips for radiation tolerant pixels. He was the lead designer of several high speed and digital cinema sensors. He is currently in the image sensor R&D group.

Manuel Innocent
Shoji Kawahito
Brookman Technology

Research Area :CMOS Sensors and Analog/Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits (1) Integrated Smart Image Sensors (On-Sensor Image Compression, Adaptive Amp.) (2) CMOS Advanced Image Sensors (High Sensitivity, Low Noise, Wide DR, High Speed) (3) Devices for visualizing invisible information (4) Mixed signal integrated circuits design (A/D, D/A Converter, Sensor interface circuits)

Shoji Kawahito
Piet De Moor
IMEC

After obtaining his PhD degree in Physics from Leuven University, Piet De Moor joined imec in 1998. His current research focus is advanced CMOS imagers such as backside illuminated and hybrid imagers suitable for high-end imaging applications (e.g. space-based earth observation).

Piet De Moor
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ISAuto Sponsors and Exhibitors
  • Aptina
  • Hamamatsu Photonics UK Ltd
  • Invenios
  • Taipro Engineering
  • Toshiba Electronics Europe
2014 ISAuto Event partners
  • Imaging and Machine Vision Europe
  • IFSA
  • Display Plus
  • Veritas et Visus