Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Seminar success

The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) reports a significant increase in attendance at its series of educational ‘Vision in Action’ seminars run at the October 2013 Photonex exhibition in Coventry (GB). Average seminar attendance figures were up by 20% over the two days of the show compared to 2012.

Their Chairman, Mark Williamson, said: “This was a great reflection on the quality of the subject matter on offer. Even though there were other seminar threads running at the same time, the percentage increase in attendance for the UKIVA seminars was even greater than the percentage increase in overall visitors to the show! The seminar program was varied, lively and informative and the open structure of the presentation area encouraged people to sit down to listen even if they arrived after the talk had started.”


Copies of the presentations made by UKIVA members are now available on the Association’s website. These are: 
‘The Icing Robot - can a robot replace skilled decorators and be used to ice a cake?’ (Scorpion Vision), 
‘Extended wavelength Imaging – Seeing the invisible’ (STEMMER IMAGING), 
‘USB3.0 Vision, the NEW Vision Standard - Facts, Set-up & Migration explained’ (MultiPix Imaging) and ‘Lasers in 3d imaging’ (Alrad Imaging).

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