Camera Link HS Standard Committee
The Camera Link HS Technical Subcommittee is a subset of the Camera Link Standard Committee. These committees are hosted by the AIA, the trade association that represents the global machine vision industry.
Camera Link HS Technical Subcommittee
The subcommittee is made up of camera, frame grabber and cable companies working together on the specification. Currently participating in the subcommittee are: 3M Company, ANAFOCUS, Bitflow, Components Express, Gidel, Great River Technology, Intercon 1, JAI, Matrox, Mikrotron, National Instruments, PCO Imaging, Silicon Software, Stemmer Imaging, Teledyne DALSA, and Toshiba Teli.
Bob McCurrach is AIA's Director of Standard Development and he supports and oversees the committee work. The Camera Link HS Subcommittee is chaired by Mike Miethig, Technical Manager at Teledyne DALSA.
The Camera Link HS Technical Subcommittee 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 Camera Link HS standard, click here for a Technical Committee membership application.
Camera Link Committee Procedures Document
When applying for subcommittee membership, you will be asked to sign that you agree to the AIA Standards Development & Approval Procedures. Click here to access the Camera Link committee procedures document.
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