Friday, April 12, 2024

Machine Vision Conference will host an impressive range of exhibitors and seminars

The two-day Machine Vision Conference opens in just over three months’ time on 18th June at the CBS Arena in Coventry. MVC is recognised as the leading event for the latest cutting-edge industrial vision in the UK and features a vast array of the latest machine vision technology as well as an outstanding seminar programme. This provides a perfect platform for visitors to discover the innovative industrial vision and imaging technologies, learn from the industry experts at the excellent seminars, and network with over thousand visitors expected in June.

The MVC’s engaging seminar programme is a perfect place to be captivated with all machine vision industry future developments, learn about latest trends, and soak in the knowledge shared by the experts delivering a bumper selection of inspiring presentations.

Some of the key topics to be discussed within the content rich seminar programme, includes deep learning and embedded vision, vision in robotics, understanding vision technology, systems and applications, 3D vision, camera technology, optics and illumination, and vision innovation.

These sessions will provide visitors with a wealth of knowledge and inspiration to take away and explore how this knowledge can be used to deliver benefits to their business. The MVC exhibitors have a brilliant opportunity to present on the above topics whilst at the same time capture the attention of potential buyers and visitors with their expertise. Those exhibitors interested in this opportunity should contact the organisers via the MVC website.

MVC is renowned for bringing the whole vision industry together, so in between fascinating seminar sessions there will be plenty to explore and experience. Over 50 well-known companies will be showcasing their most innovative products and services, including fascinating demonstrations and exciting product launches. They will be eager to discuss how they can help businesses deliver improvements through adopting machine vision solutions.

Here are some of the companies that will be exhibiting: Acrovision, Advanced Illumination, Allied Vision, Alrad Imaging, Balluff, Basler, Bytronic Vision Automation, Chromasens, Clearview Imaging, Computar, Emergent Vision Technologies, Flir (Thermal), Flir IIS, Get Cameras, IDS Image Development Systems, IFM Electronic, Lambda Photometrics, Lincode, LMI Technologies, Lucid, Micro-Epsilon, Navitar, Neousys, OEM Automatic, Opto Engineering, Pro-Lite Technology, Scorpion Vision, SICK, Smart Vision Lights, Specim/Spectral Imaging, SVS Vistek, Teledyne Dalsa, The Imaging Source Europe, TPL Vision, Wenglor Sensoric, and Zebra Technologies Europe.

The exhibition hall at the CBS Arena will be buzzing with visitors, exhibitors and industry experts that will provide significant opportunities to network, collaborate and connect with existing and new contacts. This creates an ideal environment to establish and develop business relationships that can be very beneficial for knowledge sharing, problem solving, catching up and gaining new customers.

One of last year’s MVC visitors, John Grace, Euro Head of Quality at Product Safety and R&D at Loop said: “Very good selection of companies and an opportunity to learn about new developments and find potential suppliers.”

MVC is once again co-located alongside Automation UK, organised by British Automation and Robot Association (BARA), providing visitors to MVC 2024 an additional benefit of being able to visit Automation UK to find out the latest developments in the world of automation and robotics, all under one roof.

The Machine Vision Conference visitor registration is open, to reserve your free ticket, click here.

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