"Provided interesting sampling of entrepreneurial opportunities for image sensors in workshop environment." GOODiX Technology
Image Sensors Americas has been running annually in the US since 2014. Image Sensors Americas covers a wide range of end uses, with focus on image sensor camera technology, and details technical developments all across the image sensors supply chain, from end users to camera component, sensor producers, chip suppliers, and technology developers. The event regularly attracts over 100 delegates, representing the entire image sensors supply chain, from end users to camera component, sensor producers, chip suppliers, and technology developers.
The event is co-located with the Image Sensors Auto Americas conference. Together, IS Auto Americas and IS Americas unite globally recognized experts from across the digital imaging supply chain for high caliber discussions and face-to-face networking opportunities that you will not find in any other event in the market. It is the only place where attendees will find intimate networking opportunities, a comprehensive view of the current autonomous driving market, discussion of leading innovation technology, and insight into what companies should be focused on.
Building on the success year after year, the program is in production and we are proud to have some of the world’s foremost experts on the Advisory Board Committee for this event.
Sample Of Topics Covered
- Image sensor camera technology
- Current technology trends
- Future applications, and shared challenges facing the sector
- Technical developments all across the image sensors supply chain, from end users to camera component, sensor producers, chip suppliers, and technology developers
- Technical developments across the supply chain that are enabling Tier 2 and tier 1 Automotive suppliers to respond better to the needs of OEM’s
- Functions of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
This program is shaped by a panel of expert advisory board members who know this industry inside and out.
Image Sensors Americas bring together experts from the full sensors supply chain to share perspectives, needs, and ideas.
Take a look at a sample of companies who have attended past events, and common job titles of attendees. Join these industry experts at the next event and add your company's name to this list!
Common Job Titles
Business Development Manager • CEO • CTO • Design Engineer • Director • Engineer • Hardware Engineering • Imaging Architect • Manager • President • Principal Engineer • Product Engineer • Research Scientist • Senior Director of Technology • Sr. Camera Systems Engineer • Technical Expert • VP
Sample of Past Attendees:
Aisin Technical Center of America, Inc.
Alan Hodgson Consulting
Analog Devices Inc
Analog Value Ltd., Israel
Arnold & Richter Cine Technik GmbH & Co BetriebsKG
Astro Digital US, Inc.
Axcelis Technologies Inc.
BAE Systems Imaging Solutions
Chip Design Magazine
CMOS Sensor Inc
DNP Corporation USA
Envision CO., Ltd.
Etron Technlogy America, Inc.
FLIR Systems, Inc.
FRAMOS Technologies Inc
FUJIFILM Electronic Material Co., Ltd.
Intuitive Surgical Inc
KARL STORZ Imaging
Kodak Research Laboratories
Koito Manufacturing Co Ltd
Laboratory for Atmospheric & Space
Lux Research Inc.
Materion Barr Precision Optics
Mercedes-Benz U.S. International
Microchip Technology Co., Ltd
North American Lighting Inc
Ocean Optics, Inc.
Okaya Electronics Corp
OmniVision Technologies, Inc.
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors
Pinnacle Imaging Systems
Pixelplus Co. Ltd
Pleora Technologies Inc.
Princeton Infrared Technologies Inc
Robert Bosch LLC
Rochester Institute of Technology
RPC Photonics Inc
SAAZ Technologies LLC
SAIT - Samsung Advanced Institute of
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd
Samsung Research America
SensL Division, ON Semiconductor
SL Corp / ADAS
Smart Eye AB
Sony Electronics Inc
Sony Semicondutor Solutions Corporation
Texas Instruments Incorporated
The Dow Chemical Company (HQ)
Thermo Fisher Scientific
UNITED TEST AND ASSEMBLY CENTER (UTAC)
University of Toronto
UTC Aerospace Systems
Velodyne LiDAR, Inc.
Veritas et Visus
Viavi Solutions Inc.
Five Reasons Attending Industry Events Approves Your Operations:
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- Network with top players from across the supply chain.
Nothing beats face-to-face networking in a social environment. Meet people who are just as passionate about this industry as you are! This event offers included networking breaks, lunches, and an evening reception to make it easy to make connections. Meet with major industry players who can connect you with new companies and help grow your business.
- Raise awareness, brainstorm with experts, and develop innovative solutions.
Present your innovative ideas and meet the people who can help you make them happen. The networking sessions and Q&A opportunities at the end of each presentation encourage group discussion. Ask the questions that have been on your mind and find answers. Be part of the innovators helping to push this industry into the future.
- Be one of the first to hear about emerging trends.
Expand your industry knowledge and learn the latest business intelligence and market updates from industry-leading event speakers. Hear about their latest research, cutting edge technology, and growth opportunities. Learn beyond your field of interest.
- Invest in yourself, and establish yourself in the industry.
Let people know who you are and position yourself as a key player in the industry. Someone attending is waiting to meet you and learn from your experiences. Represent your company as a knowledgeable and leading industry player.
- Get inspired and motivated.
Sometimes we all get caught up in day-to-day tasks and forget our work is important. This industry is blooming! Meet passionate people, learn new ideas, and then take that motivation back to your daily work. You will have access to all the presentations after the conference - take back the lessons you learned and apply them directly to your operations.