The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and Camera Phone Standardization By Craig Jensen

Consisting of members from across the world, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) serves as the world’s largest professional organization for those involved in technology. Since its creation in 1884, IEEE has remained at the forefront of technological developments. In May 2012, the group began to devote attention to camera phone standardization.

Although many smartphones boast about the quality of their pictures, many users have recognized that different phones with allegedly the same capabilities can produce significantly different results. Following the International Imaging Industry Association’s report on these issues, IEEE developed the Draft Standard for Camera Phone Image Quality. The document represents IEEE’s first step in promoting the standardization of the data and metrics used to describe the abilities of camera phones. If it is adopted, consumers and retailers will be better able to understand this feature on their mobile devices.

About the Author:

A member of IEEE, Craig Jensen has served as founder and Chairman of Condusiv Technologies Corporation (formerly Diskeeper Corporation) and its multinational affiliates for more than three decades.

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