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CEA and PMDA to co-host CE Week Digital Imaging Mixer at 6Sight

News   •   May 16, 2012 04:03 EDT

The CE Week Digital Imaging Mixer will cap the 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference on Tuesday, June 26, with a presentation of new imaging research.

The reception, co-hosted by 6Sight, the Consumer Electronics Association, and the PMDA, will begin at 5:30 PM with cocktails and hours d’ oeuvres. It will feature CEA Research on the latest in digital imaging trends plus upcoming industry events including plans for the 2013 International CES.

Registration for the reception is complimentary. 6Sight attendees are entitled to attend as well as members of CEA and PMDA. Visit www.6Sight.com for more information and to register. CEA members may also register for the 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference for a reduced fee of $1,495.

The 6Sight Future of Imaging conference, now in its 11th year, will lead off CE Week on June 25-26, 2012, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.

“6Sight has long been the best place for imaging leaders to network, strike deals, and uncover partnership opportunities,” says 6Sight Conferences president Joe Byrd. “This year we will kick that up a notch by inviting imaging leaders from PMDA and CEA to hold their cocktail reception with us and meet the imaging innovators who regularly attend our events.”

The 6Sight conference program focuses on major growth opportunities and top trends in the imaging ecosystem including connected imaging devices, image sharing, mobile apps, smart imaging technology such as GPS and facial or scene recognition, sensors and processors, optics, and displays.

Top imaging analyst firms will present the latest research that imaging business executives leaders now need to maximize the opportunities and overcome the obstacles of facing imaging today.

This 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference is co-hosted by Invest in Skåne, and mobile imaging developer Scalado, and supported by CEA and PMA. Visit 6Sight.com to learn more about this and previous 6Sight Conferences.