Wrong Mike Kelley?

Last Updated 11/4/2007

General Information

Employment History

Sales Manager  - ESI

Elected New President  - Automated Imaging Association

Product Manager  - Neural ID

Elected New President  - Receives Automated Imaging Association


Board Member  - Smart Camera Business

Board Member  - Automated Imaging Association

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While USB 2.0 will not meet all industrial vision needs, Mike Kelley, sales manager for embedded vision system developer ESI (Portland, OR), which focuses on the semiconductor manufacturing industry, feels that USB 2.0 could off significant benefits for his customers. 'We have a customer that is insistent on taking the 1394 path.
But we're cautioning them that if the rest of world - mainly Intel - is saying USB 2.0 and not 1394, then we want our customers to proceed very carefully,' Kelley said.

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