The International Imaging Industry Association (I3A), the leading global association for the imaging industry, announced the addition of eight new corporate members. These companies, which have joined the organization over the last few months, represent a range of industry sectors and regions, demonstrating I3A’s international appeal and broad expertise in all segments of the imaging industry.
Many of the new member companies plan to participate in I3A’s Camera Phone Image Quality Initiative, which is working to develop a complete set of image quality testing metrics and methodologies in order to enable a consumer-oriented image quality rating system.
“Our newest members range from cutting-edge R&D companies and commercial component suppliers to consumer products and services, confirming the value I3A membership offers across the spectrum of traditional and mobile imaging markets,” said I3A President Lisa Walker. “Their contributions will enhance our industry-leading Initiatives and other programs.”
A listing of the new members follows.
About the International Imaging Industry Association (I3A)
I3A is the leading global imaging industry association, setting standards, providing education, driving growth and supporting safe environmental practices for the photographic and mobile 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. Leaders in their sectors, members of I3A work together to find common ground for advancing the industry and to enable better products and services for their customers.
I3A is an accredited Standards Developing Organization, serving as secretariat for the International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee 42 (ISO/TC42) on Photography, and as administrator for the USA Technical Advisory Group for this committee. Information about I3A can be found by phone at 914-285-4933. For information on joining I3A, please contact Noel Mareno, email@example.com, (214) 244-1927.