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Image Sensors Europe 2010 conference agenda announced

Image Sensors Europe 2010 (ISE 2010), organised by IntertechPira, will return for the third time to London's Copthorne Tara Hotel on 23-25 March 2010. The two-day conference will present talks on current industry issues, technology and market developments as well as exclusive presentations.

The event will begin with two pre-conference workshops on 23 March, taking alternative perspectives on image optimisation. In the morning workshop, Dr Frederic Guichard of DXO Labs will be analysing its latest project on automatic calibration-less correction. The afternoon workshop be led by Norman Koren of Imatest and Darryl Perks of Aptina and will focus on image sensor configuration and image quality testing.

Other topics covered will be: programmable silicon IP targeting imaging applications; automotive vision systems; speeding image sensor configuration; image sensor innovation in the consumer DSLR field; the proliferation of smart camera imaging technologies; development of low-cost low-power decision making vision systems; image quality and wafer-level optics; the future of global imaging networks and virtual worlds; image sensors for military applications; 3D image capture of live broadcasting; the latest technologies for medical image sensors; TSV (true silicon via) based chip scale package and fully wafer assembled wafer level camera modules; machine vision: standard framework for measuring image sensors; versatile CMOS image sensor with pipelined snapshot shutter capability; and exact modeling of 3D time-of-flight cameras.

'This year's programme is the most exciting yet,' said Robert Stead, head of events at IntertechPira, 'with keynotes analysing the latest trends and commercial opportunities in this sector and day two bringing a glimpse into the future of consumer imaging. We are looking forward to growing the event yet again this year and bringing it to a wider audience of imaging professionals.'

InVision Technologies will exclusively launch its new technology during the conference; Alacron/FastVision will examine its new camera and sensor with low noise in high frame rate applications and talk about its partnership with Panavision. The event also boasts C-Level speakers from companies such as BBC Research, Cmosis, Silicon Hive, Sony, ST Microelectronics, Tessera, CSEM, Chipworks, Dalsa and many others.


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