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What to expect at MVIS

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The Machine Vision and Imaging Science (MVIS) show will open its doors on 15 October and promises to offer visitors around 135 exhibitors, which each one focussing on a range of different application areas.

The event, to be held at Hall 2 in the Stoneleigh Exhibition Halls in Coventry in the UK, will divide exhibitors into five main areas. Firstly, there will be the imaging, vision and laser components and systems area, which covers applications such as inspection technologies, lighting, optics and cameras. Secondly there will be thermal imaging exhibitors and, thirdly, microscopy and spectroscopy companies. Fourth up are high-speed imaging companies and, finally, the image sensor technology will be on show.

And within those categories there is also a mix of exhibitors (for further details please see the exclusive IMVE show preview here: http://www.imveurope.com/show/show.php?show_id=3) with names such as Firstsight Vision, Olympus and Resolve Optics all showing their wares within the event, which is incorporated in the wider Photonex show.

Some of the highlights on show will include a plasma source for enhanced optical thin films; the world’s most powerful mini excimer; the ‘honey light’ range of yellow LED lighting and a new exhibitor called Mad City Labs, which will feature its nanopositioning system.

Also included in the programme are a range of seminars and meetings, including solving sensing problems with photonics; innovation and investment seminar programme; aspects of imaging; and industrial innovation with lasers in the medical sector.

And, as part of the wider Photonex show to which MVIS is attached, Doug Richard, business entrepreneur and also dragon from the TV show Dragon’s Den, is to be one of a host of potential investors at this year’s event.