Unique networking options and speaker highlights at EMVA Business Conference 2024 in Gdansk

Keynotes address geopolitical and socio-economic topics | Pre-booking of B2B-meetings amongst attendees | Last minute seats available

Barcelona, June 6th, 2024. In just about one week the 22nd EMVA Business Conference begins. From 13 – 15 June CEOs and other decision makers from machine vision enterprises and institutes will meet in Gdansk, Poland. Until now around 100 participants from 14 nations have registered.

Amongst the highlights of this unique conference format are the two keynotes which traditionally address superordinate topics that also affect the vision-tech industry. The opening keynote this year is titled ‘Shifting Quicksands: The Impact of the U.S. Election on Geopolitical Stability’ and will be given by Ms. Sudha David-Wilp, Regional Director & Senior Fellow at German Marshall Fund. The closing keynote will be held by Prof. Dominik Bösl, Expert in Robotic Governance and Artificial Intelligence and is titled ’Managing Disruptive Trends: What GPT, Robotics, AI, and Home Office Have in Common – and What They Don’t?’.

Besides of attractive and informative talks the EMVA Business Conference is recognized as a quite special event in the machine vision calendar because of the extraordinary networking opportunities offered. The networking character is actively fostered by the option to pre-book face-to-face meetings amongst attendees, usually representing top-level management positions in their enterprise. On top, the evening socializing events offer plenty of opportunities to connect with other participants in a pleasant atmosphere.

A few remaining conference tickets are available for spontaneous registrants who don’t want to miss this exclusive gathering of decision makers in the machine vision industry. www.business-conference-emva.org.

About EMVA Founded in 2003, the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) is a not-for-profit and non-commercial association representing the Machine Vision industry in Europe that is open for all types of organizations having a stake in machine vision, computer vision, embedded vision or imaging technologies: manufacturers, system and machine builders, integrators, distributors, consultancies, research organizations and academia. The EMVA hosts four international vision standards, and all members – as the 100% owners of the association – benefit from the dedicated networking, standardization, and cooperation activities of the EMVA. www.emva.org