‘B2B Selling in Remote Mode’ and ‘EMVA Vision Standards – Executive Summary’ at EMVA Virtual Business Conference

Pantaley Dimitrov and Dr. Chris Yates, President EMVA, will be presenting at EMVA Virtual Business Conference 2020

Be prepared for an exciting programme of the first EMVA Virtual Business Conference, June 26th, 2020. Presentations from leaders and innovators in our industry will present relevant topics such as 3D Vision, Autonomous Navigation, Deep Learning, Photonics and more.

EMVA is pleased to present two top speakers who will address

‘B2B Selling in Remote Mode’ and ‘EMVA Vision Standards – Executive Summary’

‘B2B Selling in Remote Mode’

Pantaley Dimitrov is a Senior Director responsible for the B2B Technology and Industrial practice at Simon-Kucher & Partners.

He has over 10 years of consulting experience in sales, marketing, pricing and digitalization. In his several years as project manager he conceptually designed and accompanied the implementation of a large number of projects. His customers include ABB, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, KÄRCHER, Krauss Maffei, Netstal, Pepperl+Fuchs and many others.

Besides the professional experience at Simon-Kucher, Mr. Dimitrov is involved in a medium-sized e-commerce platform for industrial goods.


‘EMVA Vision Standards – Executive Summary’

Dr. Chris Yates, President of the EMVA

Chris Yates is President of the European Machine Vision Association since January 2020, having served on the Board of Directors since 2018, and has responsibility within the EMVA board for liaison to the global standards hosted by the EMVA. Chris is also Director at Vision Ventures, the leading independent M&A firm operating internationally with a dedicated focus on corporate transactions in the scope of vision technology.

Previously Chris has was the founder and CEO of Scottish industrial 3D time-of-flight specialist Odos Imaging, prior to the acquisition of the company by Rockwell Automation in November 2017. Until March 2020 Chris was Director of Advanced Technology at the Safety, Sensing, and Connectivity Business of Rockwell Automation.

Abstract:

The EVMA hosts several important global standards included GenICam – providing a generic programming interface to hardware devices, EMVA1288 – providing a unified method to measure, compute, and present the performance of image sensors and cameras, as well as the more recent Open Optics Camera Interface and emVision standards. Chris will provide a non-technical overview of the various standards, where and why they are important, their status today,  and what we can expect for future developments.


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