”Standards are very important for the Machine Vision market. EMVA is already hosting two important standards (GenICam and EMVA-1288). There are many innovative companies in Europe and it is therefore logical that EMVA will host more standards in the future.
In addition to my general responsibilities as an EMVA Board Member, I see it as my primary goal to help EMVA to achieve its ambition to become an important player in Machine Vision standards.”
Jochem Herrmann is Chief Scientist and co-founder of the Dutch camera manufacturer Adimec. He is responsible for the future technologies on Adimec’s roadmap (2-5 years ahead). New technologies can be developed in house, but also in joint R&D projects with industrial partners and universities, often in European programs like FP7, CATRENE and Medea+.
The new interface standard CoaXPress is the result of a successful cooperation in a joint R&D project in which Jochem played a leading role.
Since October 2012 Jochem has worked in close cooperation with the EMVA Board as EMVA representative in G3 – the cooperation between the three Machine Vision associations AIA, JIIA and EMVA on standards development. In June 2013 he was formally elected into the EMVA Board in which his primary working field is planning, development and dissemination of standards for the Machine Vision industry.