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International Imaging Industry Association

Logo of the International Imaging Industry Association

The International Imaging Industry Association (I3A) was created by a merger of the Photographic and Imaging Manufacturers Association (PIMA) and the Digital Imaging Group in 2001. It was a common forum for the industrial imaging industry.

It used to supervise standards for photography and digital imaging, such as JPEG 2000, PTP, and Internet Imaging Protocol.

It disbanded in October 2013.[1]

PIMAEdit

The Photographic and Imaging Manufacturers Association, or PIMA, was founded in 1946 under the name National Association of Photographic Manufacturers (NAPM). In 1997 the name was changed to PIMA.

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