Future Image and I3A Announce Date, Venue and Agenda for “Mobile Imaging Summit Europe 2005”, Issue Call for Speakers
Conference to Examine Opportunities “Inside the Camera-phone Ecosystem”
SAN MATEO, Calif. – March 29, 2005 -- Future Image Inc, the leading independent center of expertise on the convergence of imaging, information technology, and telecommunications, and I3A (International Imaging Industry Association), the leading global association for the imaging industry, announced today that the fourth Mobile Imaging Summit will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on June 7-8, 2005. The theme of the event is Opportunities Inside the Camera-Phone Ecosystem – Europe. Sponsors to date include Nokia, Cognima, Eastman Kodak, Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, Neven Vision, Realeyes3D and Sprint.
The Mobile Imaging Summit conferences are limited attendance events open to senior executives that bring together leaders of the imaging, information processing and telecommunications industries to foster revenue growth in the camera-phone ecosystem. The content, venue and amenities are all carefully designed to maximize opportunities for participants to identify areas of mutual business advantage, and to make the high-level connections that enable market leadership and drive competitive advantage. Sessions are conducted in a highly interactive format, drawing on Future Image’s extensive research and a stellar lineup of industry speakers to highlight key issues and promoting discussion onstage and off.
The summary agenda is as follows (for a full description of sessions, please see www.gmedication.com):
Ø State of the Industry. Presented by Tony Henning, Managing Editor of the Future Image Mobile Imaging Report
Ø Visionary Roundtable, Moderated by Alexis Gerard, President, Future Image: The Two Megapixel Promise. Will two megapixel camera-phones really drive users to take and print more pictures? What must the industry do to support that?
Ø Session 1 – Mobile Imaging in the Home: What will it take for camera-phones to become full citizens of home imaging systems, from printers and PCs to TVs and Media Centers?
Ø Session 2 – Camera in a phone or Phone in a camera? How are mobile image capture products evolving in an age of increasing bandwidth and standardized core technologies?
Ø Session 3 – Mobile Imaging at Retail: Can photofinishers participate in the camera-phone ecosystem, or are the barriers to entry prohibitive?
Ø Session 4 – Visual Content for Mobile Devices: How is the market shaping up for distribution of commercial content, ranging from sports clips to location-based visual information?
Ø Session 5 – New Technology Showcase: A behind-the-scenes look at a new generation of technologists who intend to reshape the industry.
Ø Session 6 - The Camera-enabled Smart-Phone, PDA, and Everything Else: Innovative applications that merge images, information and telecommunications for both business and personal communication.
Ø Session 7 - Mobile Imaging Online: Dispensing with the PC for online photo sharing and print services, phone-to-phone sharing, photo and video blogging.
Some speaking opportunities are still available; companies wishing to submit speaker profiles for consideration should contact Joe Byrd, Future Image’s VP of Conferences, at email@example.com.
The International Imaging Industry Association (I3A) is the leading global imaging industry association, driving growth of and setting standards for the photographic and information imaging markets. As the industry focal point, I3A offers a framework and environment where members can quickly find resources to solve critical issues and develop market solutions. Members of I3A work together to find common ground for advancing the industry and to enable better products and services for their customers. I3A has focused on promoting industry collaboration on mobile imaging since early 2001. Information about I3A can be found on the World Wide Web at www.i3a.org or by phone at 914-698-7603.
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