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EMVA: Image processing experts met in Prague

Every year the EMVA (European Machine Vision Association) brings together business leaders and technical experts within the machine vision industry from Europe and around the world with a well-balanced mixture of high-level speeches and networking opportunities. The conference covers the different business segments Management, Technology, Innovation, Markets and Marketing and it offers outstanding networking opportunities.

In this year, more than 100 participants came to Prague for the 15th EMVA Business Conference (June 22th to June 24th, 2017). In addition to exciting topics and lectures such as

  • Machine vision in the Czech Republic
  • Automated photonic integrated chip assembly and embedded vision – what have they got in common?
  • Bio-inspired machine vision is coming to industrial automation
  • Vision standards – preparing for the future

networking was first and foremost. During the breaks, there was plenty of time to talk with experts from numerous countries and discuss current trends. The highlight of the lecture program was a panel discussion on the topic of “Camera trends: Low Cost Competition with Asia or Niche Strategy”, attended by the CEOs of Allied Vision, Adimec and Baumer Optonic.

The next Business Conference will take place from 12 to 14 April 2018 in Dubrovnik (Croatia).

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WORLD OF INDUSTRIES took part at EMVA Conference in Prague to find out, what are the trends in Machine Vision 2017. Watch the interesting video with some experts:

Source: Dirk Schaar


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