I3A Signs Google as Member

I3A Signs Google as Member


I3A (the International Imaging Industry Association) recently announced that Google has joined the non-profit organization at the Participating level of membership.

I3A also announced that Google and existing member Microsoft Corporation will take part in its groundbreaking Camera Phone Image Quality Initiative here.

“We're very excited about having Google as a Participating member, and we look forward to experiencing the energy and fresh thinking the company can bring to the table for I3A activities and programs,” said I3A President Lisa Walker. “I am also particularly pleased that Google and Microsoft are joining the other CPIQ members to help accomplish the important goals of the Initiative's final critical phase, which will develop and deliver a much-needed consumer-facing system for evaluating the image quality delivered by mobile devices.”
 I3A members are drawn from all sectors of the imaging industry, and they include many household-name multi-nationals as well as small innovative technology companies; see the full list here. Three levels of membership are available; more information can be found here.  Participating members are now eligible for nomination to a seat on the I3A Board of Directors.
To increase member involvement with the Board, I3A also recently created a Board Advisory Council, composed of representatives from Participating member companies. For more information or to inquire about being part of the Advisory Council, write to nominating@lists.i3a.org.