“By far the best imaging focussed event worldwide”- Strategic Business Development Manager, EMEA | ON Semiconductor
About Image Sensors Europe
Image Sensors Europe established and held its first conference in 2007, and has since grown to be the go-to annual image sensors technical and business conference. Each year this ever evolving market continuously prompts new and exciting opportunities for the entire supply chain.
This esteemed event provides a platform for over 250 representatives from across the digital imaging supply chain to engage in high calibre discussions and face-to-face networking opportunities with key industry experts and colleagues.
Taking place on the 20-21 March 2024 in London.
Networking drinks reception
Join us for a networking drinks reception at The Palm House Victoria Bar & Restaurant, London. At the end of day one of the conference, we have arranged to go to a vibrant bar for unrivalled networking with your fellow industry peers. The drinks reception will run until 8:15, after which delegates can either extend their evening or come back to the hotel. The bar is just moments from Victoria Station if you wanted to venture to other parts of central London.
Address: 150 Victoria Street London, SW1E 5LB
2024 Key Themes:
- Image sensor market challenges and opportunities: CMOS image sensor industry analysis and 2018-2028 forecasts
- Technology focus: SPAD, SWIR, triple-stack sensors, metaoptics, event-based imaging and 3D perceptio
- Image sensor application updates: industrial, automotive, biomedical, surveillance & security, consume Global foundry updates: Manufacturing capacity, chip stacking timelines, realistic improvements and opportunities
- Data processing & compression - high speed data handling and transfer
“Image Sensors Europe is THE annual event for professionals in the CMOS image sensor world”- Group Leader - CMOS Sensors Design Group | STFC
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“The conference brings together the current trends and future directions of various image sensor technologies”- Chief Researcher of CMOS Image Sensor Development | Panasonic Corporation