17th EMVA Business Conference

16 - 18 May 2019 | Copenhagen, Denmark

Every year the EMVA brings together business leaders and technical experts within the machine vision industry from Europe and around the world with a well-balanced mixture of high-level speeches and networking opportunities.

The conference covers the different business segments Management, Technology, Innovation, Markets and Marketing and it offers outstanding networking opportunities. We go the step further by providing the necessary organisation and infrastructure for pre-scheduled bilateral meetings matching the individual attendee’s needs!

The specific event website providing easy and comfortable access to registration, conference speakers, attendees and meeting organisation is already online and.


Thursday, May 16

  • 15:00   EMVA General Assembly (for members only!)
  • 17:30   Short presentation member companies
  • 19:00   Get-together / Welcome Drink

Friday, May 17

  • 08:00  Registration / Face-to-face meetings
  • 09:00  Conference opening
  • 18:45  Departure for Friday Evening Event

Saturday, May 18

  • 09:00  Conference continues
  • 12:40  Closing and official end of the 14th EMVA Business Conference
  • 13:30  Departure for optional Networking Tour (return to conference venue approx. 18:30)


Our 2019 conference speakers again offer an highly attractive mix of technical, market, management and economy experience and skills. Introductions are published in our monthly email newsletter and some special newsletter editions in 2019.

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Young Professional Award

You are a student or a young professional working in the field of machine vision or image processing? You would like to apply for our Young Professional Award?
Then please download the 2019 Young Professional Award Call for application 〉

Statement of Mr. Tolga Birdal, winner of the 2016 Young Professional Award:

In my perspective, the award signifies that the work is of benefit to an important and highly qualified community. This is an invaluable personal reward. Being selected by the renowned EMVA jury legitimises the worth of what I do and gives me huge encouragement.
Moreover, the EMVA is made up of individuals and companies from all over Europe, creating an exclusive machine vision network. Getting introduced into such a network is certainly an honour and holds great potential for my future career.

Read the complete interview published by EMVA media partner Imaging & Machine Vision Europe here.