Machine Vision in Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein
EMVA’s most recent market report for the first time maps the machine
vision markets in the three Central European countries with all their
facets. It covers the vision industry in the three countries with more
than 130 players, their customers and the main applications as well as
technical and commercial trends. In addition, the “eco system” for
machine vision is described, including clusters, research centers and
associations, trade shows and special magazines.
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Global Machine Vision Interface Standards available!
The brochure is designed for Machine Vision developers
and provides for the first time an overview of the digital interface
standards used in the Machine Vision industry, including a detailed
comparison of the different hardware and software standards used in our
First time presented in a pre-print version during SPS
Show in Nuremberg last year, now the brochure has passed final
adjustments and got approval by the three editing associations EMVA, AIA
Download your brochure right now.
12th EMVA Business Conference in Vienna
May 15 – 17, 2014, in Vienna - Austria
||The European Machine Vision Association celebrated its 2014 Business
Conference in Vienna with more than 100 participants coming from 20+
This truly international event which was held from
15-17 May brought together business leader, technical experts and
representatives from other machine vision organizations to network,
exchange ideas and discuss the current challenges and solutions.
two days event showcased an outlook to the European economy, machine
vision markets in Europe, enterprise’s IT security and state of the art
image processing technology in our industry.
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SPS IPC Drives 2013 – an experiment for machine vision exhibitors
SPS IPC Drives, the leading exhibition for electric automation
in Europe took place from November 26 to 28 in Nuremberg. Over 1,600
exhibitors showed their products and solutions on 114,000 square meters
of exhibition space to 60,000 visitors. While many sensor suppliers see
the SPS IPC Drives as one of their main shows, a lot of machine vision
players were exhibiting for the first time making use of time and
resources saved due to the VISION in Stuttgart not taking place this
year. This includes the EMVA being present at SPS for the first time
with a presentation of machine vision standards, jointly organized with
AIA and JIIA. A well-received reception took place under EMVA patronage
on the first show day during which the brand-new Global Machine Vision
Standards Brochure of the three international vision associations was
presented to the public.
After three busy days on informing
visitors about machine vision and its role in factory automation EMVA
conducted a quick survey on exhibitor´s feedback on their level of
satisfaction with the show. Bottom line, opinions were divergent on
whether the SPS IPC Drives has been a success for the first-time machine
vision exhibitors or not. End-user related product and solution
providers tend to feel more at home at the SPS IPC Drives since the
typical visitor in Nuremberg is more used to ready-to-use solutions;
whereas vision component suppliers had a harder time to bring their
message across. Thus, for some the show could be a good complement in
the trade show calendar, whereas others might still be looking for
alternatives to the VISION show in odd years.
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