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EMVA relocates secretariat
As of 1 July 2012, the EMVA Secretariat will be relocated to new premises in Barcelona, Spain. The relocation is the first step in implementing the growth strategy formally adopted at the EMVA's General Assembly in Lisbon in April 2012.
"The EMVA Executive Committee is pushing the new strategy ahead dynamically. The new secretariat is a first step to further develop and grow our association", says EMVA President Toni Ventura-Traveset.
The transfer of the secretariat also marks the beginning of a new era for the EMVA as an independent legal entity and concludes the hosting by the VDMA in Frankfurt.
From July 2012, former Executive Committee member Cor Maas will be the General Secretary of EMVA for an interim period. "We would like to thank the VDMA for hosting and supporting the development of the EMVA from the very beginning. This has been of great value for the European machine vision industry", the EMVA President adds.
From 1 July 2012, the EMVA Secretariat can be contacted at:
European Machine Vision Association (EMVA)
Ronda Santa Eulalia 37, nave 13
08780 Palleja - Barcelona
Phone: +34 931 807060
Fax: +34 931 807060
Order now: European Vision Technology Market Statistics 2012
Data from hundreds of companies in the European machine vision industry has been evaluated for this report. In addition to the European analysis if now includes country-specific reports on France, Germany, Italy, the UK - and for the first time - Benelux. Find out about:
- Customer industries for machine vision
- Leading machine vision applications
- European and world markets and their potentials
- Developments in machine vision systems and components
- Market differences between the leading European countries
- Technology shifts, market trends and high-growth application fields
EMVA welcomes our new members:
Aqsense 3D acquisition and processing wizard aids applications development without programming
||At Automatica 2012, which was held in Munich, Germany, on May 22-25, Spanish company Aqsense SL unveiled its latest 3D acquisition and processing wizard. Read on...
Robust CCTV lenses target machine-vision applications
VST Europe AG, which develops, designs and manufactures optics and lighting for the global vision market, is offering the SV-V and SV-H Series of machine-vision CCTV lenses. Read on...
Inspection station measures stress in glass containers to identify early crack formation
Seidenader Maschinenbau GmbH, part of Körber Medipak Group, is using Achema 2012, which is scheduled to be held in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on June 18-22, as an opportunity to exhibit its new inspection station that measures stress in glass containers to identify the specific pre-stages of crack formation. Read on...
Toshiba adds two high-definition cameras to is product range
Toshiba Europe (Switzerland) GmbH has released details of two new products that it has introduced recently - the IK-HD1 and IK-HR2D. Read on...
Line generators based on diode-laser technology enable faster machine-vision systems to be built
||Coherent Inc of Santa Clara, California, USA, has introduced a new range of line generators based on diode-laser technology. Called StingRay, they enable faster and more accurate machine-vision systems that use 3D triangulation to be built, says the firm. Read on...
LMI Technologies upgrades firmware for Gocator 3D smart sensors
Canada's LMI Technologies Inc, an Augusta Technologie AG group company that specialises in 3D laser measurement and control sensor technology, has introduced upgraded firmware for its line of Gocator 3D smart sensors. Read on...
Cognex adds Powerlink support to its In-Sight 7000 machine-vision product line
||US-based supplier of machine-vision systems and industrial ID readers Cognex Corp has announced that it has added Powerlink support to its In-Sight 7000 product line. Read on...
Basler offers three-year warranty on its industrial cameras
||Basler AG's digital cameras are now being shipped with a three-year warranty. Read on...
Teledyne Dalsa supports new Camera Link HS Standard
Canada's Teledyne Dalsa, a Teledyne Technologies company, has announced that it has reached a major milestone in its ongoing support for the Automated Imaging Association's (AIA) newest interface standard, Camera Link HS (CLHS). Read on...
VDMA to publish Machine Vision Buyers Guide
||Preparations for the new edition of "Machine Vision: Applications - Products - Suppliers" are well under way. In the past years, the Buyers Guide (see photo on the left) has become a reference publication for machine vision users around the world. The new edition (2013/14) will come with plenty of added value: increased direct mail distribution, reader tracking through QR codes, improved design and an additional distribution to the management of over 3,000 machine building companies via the VDMA network. For more information contact email@example.com
Objective Characterization of Digital Cameras According to EMVA 1288, Release 3.1
12 July, 2012
The aim of this training course it to explain the theoretical foundations of EMVA 1288, to demonstrate its benefits and to gain first hands-on experience in applying it. The course will be given by the Chairman of the EMVA 1288 Working Group, Professor Bernd Jähne, HCI, University of Heidelberg.
Find out more: www.schulung.aeon.de/emva.html
25th International Trade Fair for Machine Vision
November 6 - 8, 2012
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