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Image Sensors 2009 Announces Final Program and New Interactive Brochure
Date:7/27/2009

Introducing the final program for Image Sensors 2009 taking place October 13-16th, 2009 in San Diego, CA USA and IntertechPira's green alternative to the paper brochure.

Portland, ME (PRWEB) July 27, 2009 -- IntertechPira is pleased to announce the Image Sensors 2009 conference and exhibit, taking place October 13-16, 2009 at the Hotel Solamar, in San Diego, CA. The 3rd annual international event will address the latest trends and technologies within the image sensors industry and will focus on the most advanced application areas including security, surveillance, broadcasting, medical equipment, machine vision and automotive.

With over 175 leading industry executives expected to attend, including two pre-conference seminars, 2 Summits, over 30 speaker presentations, an exhibit area featuring the latest technology in image sensors and various question-and-answer sessions, panel discussions and networking functions, Image Sensors 2009 is a must-attend event for you and your colleagues to receive the most up-to-date information on this growing field!

Image Sensors 2009 offers something for everyone with two Half day pre-conference Seminars: Developments in Sensors for Medical Imaging and Recent developments in multi camera systems: The ACROBOTER paradigm (Machine Vision) Machine Vision Summit both taking place October 13th, and the post conference summit on Wireless Power to be held October 16. See the full program as well as gain information on speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, workshops and more by viewing the Image Sensors 2009 interactive brochure.

The new interactive brochure allows you to easily navigate within the document and will open in full screen mode for easy viewing. A live link pointer emerges when y
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