Conference and Exhibition

5th International Conference on Scalable Vector Graphics

Conference takes place in Tokyo, Japan, 4-7 September 2007Link to Japanese version
Technical Exhibition

The SVG Open 2007 Exhibition will be held alongside the main conference from September 5, 2007 (Wednesday) to September 7, 2007 (Friday) in a spatious, well-equipped exhibit hall that doubles as the venue socializing and networking. It will give you the opportunity to play with the latest SVG applications and tools, talk to their creators, and hear exciting news of upcoming SVG product developments.

Exhibition hours are as follows:

  • September 5, 2007 (Wednesday) - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • September 6, 2007 (Thursday) - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • September 7, 2007 (Friday) - 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Interested parties should contact the local organizers.

List of Exhibitors

The list below is sorted by the exhibitor's name.

HUONE Inc.[booth #1]
AlexVGTM player B110 / B120 are running on OpenVG, esp. AlexVGTM engine belongs to HUONE Inc. It is fast and efficient since OpenVG takes charge of rendering. It supports SVG Tiny 1.1 and Tiny 1.2 to various handheld devices. AlexVGTM player T110 / T120 are running on its own, and those are using memory efficiently, and the code size is small. It supports SVG Tiny 1.1 and 1.2 to various handheld devices.
Xfy tecnology
JustSystems Corporation[booth #2]
We exhibit "xfy technology" and xfy enterprize edition. We show how we designed general XML platform as a foundation for compounding XML vocabularies by illustrating its architectural uniqueness and how it empowers a user to employ SVG for building a variety of application.
Rave Grid
Los Alamos National Laboratory[booth #3]
The exhibition will consist of a poster, flyers, and a laptop demonstrating the capabilities of RaveGrid: software for rapidly and automatically converting raster images to vector images in the SVG format. The exhibition will feature both a GUI version of RaveGrid as well as a demonstration of a Matlab program that uses a command line version of RaveGrid to perform automatic object and feature extraction using the grain agglomeration method described in the paper to be presented at the conference. The aim of the exhibition is to expose the software to industry and researchers, and attract collaborations and licensees.
Opera Software ASA
Opera Software ASA[booth #4]
Opera Software is a leading web browser vendor with 11 years experience providing the best Internet experience on any device, including Desktop, Mobile and other Internet devices. Opera has been supporting SVG natively in the Desktop browser since version 8 (released in) 2005 and now ships one of the most complete SVG implementations on a variety of platforms. At their SVG Open 2007 booth Opera will display some SVG browsing demonstrations that should inspire new ideas for this graphics format for the future.
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