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Full programme and new dates for vision conference

The Machine Vision in European Manufacturing Conference, organised by Imaging and Machine Vision Europe, takes place in Cambridge, UK, on 8-9 April 2008.

The full programme is now online, and features high profile speakers from companies such as DaimlerChrysler, Pilkington and GE Automotive, as well as papers from leading industry organisations, such as UKIVA, the EMVA and the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association.

A choice of delegate packages is available to suit your budget, and the conference organisers can also arrange for accommodation on site at the college itself.

Moreover, anyone booking a full two-day delegate pass before 28 February will also benefit from the following exclusive benefits:

  • Two-day delegate pass for £595+VAT (saving £100)
  • Free onsite evalation by a Stemmer Imaging machine vision specialist (conditions apply)
  • Free copy of UKIVA's Machine Vision Handbook
  • Discount voucher for Vision Academy training courses

The programme itself features a range of leading names from the world of machine vision and European manufacturing. Delegates will learn valuable lessons on how to save money, how to improve quality and how to implement vision systems in manufacturing environments.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Three-dimensional robotic safety at DaimlerChrysler
    Dr Christian Wohler, research division, DaimlerChrysler
  • Process optimisation and camera-assisted robot manufacture
    Dr Jurgen Grotepass, Freudenberg Dichtungs- und Schwingungstechnik, GmbH & Co. KG
  • Vision in process and quality control
    Andrew Thomson, Pilkington Glass
  • The European machine vision industry – a partner you can trust
    Gabriele Jansen, President, European Machine Vision Association
  • Understanding your machine vision options
    Don Braggins, Director, UK Industrial Vision Association
  • Optical inspection as a process tool – The strategic use of AOI in electronic assembly systems
    Peter Grundy, engineering consultant, PG Engineering (Sussex)
  • Application of vision automation in food processing and packaging
    David Hopper, RTS Flexible Systems
  • The vision needs of the packaging industry
    Martin Keay, Technical Consultant, Process and Packaging Machinery Association
  • Vision sensors – examples of the latest industrial applications
    Dr Helge Moritz, Schunk Intec Ltd
  • Quality control of lighting products
    Robert Baranyi, GE Automotive
  • The challenge of electronics inspection
    Mike Philips, Envisage Systems

The two-day delegate package includes all meals, as well as a conference dinner in the grand dining hall of St John's College, and a downloadable MP3 walking tour of Cambridge.

To take advantage of the early booking incentives, book before 28 February visiting


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