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CMOSIS receives German Innovation Award

CMOSIS was awarded the "German Innovation Award for Non-Clinical Intensive Care". The prestigious award recognizes the significant progress in endoscope-based catheter technology for outpatient care achieved by the ultra-small NanEye CMOS camera developed at CMOSIS. This year's KAI award was ... Go to article

SPS IPC Drives 2015 with new records

With 64,386 visitors and 1,666 exhibitors SPS IPC Drives 2015 reaches new records. From 24 - 26 November also several EMVA members presented their latest innovations in products and services ... read more
 
 

EMVA Market Report 2015 published

Evaluation of machine vision market in Italy Barcelona, 11 August, 2015. The European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) has published its 2015 Market Report “Machine Vision in Italy”. EMVA non-members can ... read more
 

Benjamin Busam receives EMVA Young Professional Award 2015

The EMVA Young Professional Award 2015 goes to Benjamin Busam, for his work on adaptable high-resolution real-time stereo tracking. Busam, who is 27 years old holds a Master degree in mathematics and is currently external PhD Student in informatics with ... read more

Jochem Herrmann is new EMVA-President

EMVA General Assembly in Athens elects extended Board  Jochem Herrmann, co-founder and Chief Scientist of the Dutch camera manufacturer Adimec is the new President of the European Machine Vision Association ... read more
 

Technical article: GenICam 3.0 for standardized 3D cameras

  3D machine vision made easy GenICam 3.0 for standardized 3D cameras With the new 3.0 release the GenICam standard hosted by the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) receives a multiplicity of new functions. One special feature therein is the ... read more

London Brings Vision Standards to the Fore

London was uncommonly chilly this April, as delegates to the Spring 2015 International Vision Standards meeting will testify. But inside the conference rooms at the St. Giles Hotel in London, the temperature was somewhat warmer, as engineers from around the ... read more