EMVA General Assembly Elects Board of Directors
The General Assembly of the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA), which took place on June 13th in Gdansk/Poland prior to the annual EMVA Business Conference, has elected the new EMVA Board of Directors consisting of nine members. For the upcoming ... read more
EMVF 2024 – Call for Contributions
Companies, universities and institutes interested to present their most recent developments and research results at the 2024 European Machine Vision Forum are invited to prepare their application now. The Call for Contributions is open and the forum's advisory board is ... read more
EMVA brings machine vision solutions to LogiMAT 2024
Joint member booth and forum session with machine vision applications for logistics  Barcelona,​ Januar 15th, 2024. Image processing has established itself in many areas of logistics. Image processing solutions, better known as machine vision or vision tech, are an integral ... read more
European Machine Vision Forum 2024
7 - 8 November 2024 | Mulhouse, France

EMVA’s annual two-day event, where machine vision industry and academic research meet to learn from each other, get an understanding of the newest research results, of open problems from applications, learn about new and emerging application fields, and to discuss ... read more
Fraunhofer Image Processing Forum
21 - 22 November 2024 | Karlsruhe, Germany

Image processing plays a key role in many areas of technology for fast and contactless data acquisition. For example, in the quality assurance of industrial production processes, in robotics and for driver assistance, image processing systems have gained an indispensable ... Go to event
Optimization of the packaging process
Our client is a part of the international corporation. Since 2006, it has been designing and manufacturing coils, sensors, and switches for the automotive industry. The products it produces are used in passenger cars, trucks, construction machinery, agricultural machinery, and ... Go to article
Perfectly printed coins thanks to machine vision
The Hamburg Mint, one of the oldest mints in Germany, has been using machine vision since the early 2000s to automate various production steps, such as aligning of coins during packaging or various quality control tasks.In the context of another ... Go to article