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ADVANCED IMAGING'S FIRST MVP WINNER
The editorial staff of Advanced Imaging is proud to announce the first professional to successfully complete the MVP series, which is a four-part tutorial mailed to and available on our website to the machine vision community. Perry Cornelius scored an average of over ninety percent on all four parts of the MVP series?a minimum grade of 85 is needed to pass for every part of the series. He will be given an MVP award at the upcoming machine vision conference in Boston in May.
He received his BSEE from North Carolina A&T State University and his MSEE from Duke University with research concentrated in machine vision and robotics. He has 15 years of experience designing, integrating, and programming machine vision systems. In 1999, his integration company was purchased by ABCO Automation, Inc.in Brown Summit, NC. He is currently the head of ABCO's Advanced Systems group, which oversees the company's machine vision and robotic projects.
SMPTE WARMS UP CHICAGO
While Chicago was excited with the NBC TODAY show live and the explosion of the baseball that Steve Bartman snagged in the Chicago Cubs loss to the Florida Marlins, the annual SMPTE Conference was held with enough technical content and lively debate to merit more than one headline.
The first speaker, Les Kozlowski, who is currently a Chief Technologist at Rockwell Scientific, is also leading a team (Altasens) that is being spun off as a separate company for the specific purpose of supplying CMOS imaging systems-on-a-chip for high- and ultra-high definition cameras. He began the conference with an excellent presentation on current state of the art in sensors.