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Vision Standards

Vision Standards
USB3 Vision

USB3 Vision Standard Committees

The committee is made up of camera, software, cable and IP companies who are working towards a specification release in 2012. Currently participating in the technical committee are:  A&B Software, Allied Vision Technologies, Alysium-Tech, Basler, Baumer Optronic, Cognex Corporation, Components Express, Cypress Semiconductor, Hamamatsu Corporation, Icron Technologies, Intercon 1, JAI, The MathWorks, Matrix Vision, Matrox Imaging, MVTec Software, National Instruments, Newnex Technology Corp., Pleora Technologies, Point Grey Research, Stemmer Imaging, Teledyne DALSA, Toshiba Teli and XIMEA.

Bob McCurrach is AIA's Director of Standard Development and he supports and oversees the committee work. The USB3 Vision Committee is chaired by Eric Gross, Senior Software Engineer, Vision at National Instruments.

USB3 Vision User Group
The USB3 Vision User Group is a group of people who have active interests in the work of the Technical Committees. User group meetings will be held at major vision shows and be open to the public at large as well. The user group will have an electronic collaboration mechanism which will be monitored by the technical committees. The User Group will:

  • Attend user group meetings as appropriate;
  • Provide requests to the Technical Committee for consideration

The USB3 Vision User Group is open to companies who have a direct and material interest in the standard. You must be an AIA, EMVA, JIIA, VDMA or CMVU member in good standing to participate. There is a $100 USD annual committee fee. If your company would like to get involved and contribute to the USB3 Vision standard, click here for a User Group membership application.

USB3 Vision Technical Committee
The USB3 Vision Technical Committee is open to companies who have a direct and material interest in the standard. You must be an AIA, EMVA, JIIA, VDMA or CMVU member in good standing to participate. There is a $100 USD annual committee fee and you must contribute at least 80 hours per year to work assignments. If your company would like to get involved and contribute to the technical development of USB3 Vision standard, click here for a Technical Committee membership application.

USB3 Vision Committee Procedures Document
When applying for committee membership, you will be asked to sign that you agree to the AIA Standards Development & Approval Procedures. Click here to access the AIA Standards Development & Approval Procedures document.

Edit/Update Committee Member Contact Information
To make changes to your designated committee members, edit their contact information, or add additional representatives, please submit this form.

For information on joining the AIA and the benefits it provides, please visit Become a Member.

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