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Machine Vision Conference (MVC) 2024

MVC Conference

The eighth MVC will provide visitors plenty to discover and explore with more than 50 well-known brands (Image: UKIVA)

The UK’s Machine Vision Conference (MVC) will once again showcase the latest cutting-edge machine- vision technologies and solutions. 

This annual event, at the CBS Arena in Coventry, UK, on 18th and 19th June 2024, will this year feature seminars delivered by more than thirty industry experts across the two days.

The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA), which is the organiser of MVC,has revealed the seminar programme will delve deep into the world of industrial machine vision and imaging technologies with a broad range of expert sessions. Seminar topics include deep learning and embedded vision, vision in robotics, understanding vision technology, systems and applications, 3D vision, camera technology, optics and illumination, and vision innovation. 

One of the experts speaking at the event is Neil Sandhu, Sales Manager at IDS Imaging Development Systems, whose presentation will explain how machine vision is able to utilise a new age of deep learning. This session looks into the newer technology available to utilise deep learning and AI techniques to develop robust systems for inspection, classification, detection and text/code reading.

There will also be an opportunity to hear from Nathaniel Hoffman, Market Product Manager at Sick UK, who will discuss the need for vision guidance to help the robot know where it is going, which is a growing challenge. This presentation explores a range of technologies and interfaces that can help simplify these obstacles.

This year’s confex will feature a wide range of seminars such as ‘Seeing the unseen - Capabilities and advantages of hyperspectral imaging in industrial machine vision’. Mathieu Marmion, Lead Application Specialist at Specim, Spectral Imaging, will focus on hyperspectral imaging. Increasingly adopted in advanced industrial machine vision for applications where traditional technologies are insufficient.

Max Varney, Experimental Specialist at Mercedes AMG F1, said of last year’s event: “Presentations were very industrial, which was a refreshing change to other conferences I've been to previously that were much more academic.”

The Machine Vision Conference is renowned for bringing industry expertise and knowledge under one roof. The eighth MVC will provide visitors plenty to discover and explore with more than 50 well-known brands exhibiting their cutting-edge solutions, as well as running demonstrations and detailing product launches. Exhibitors will be on hand to offer advice and solutions that can deliver improvements for businesses through adopting machine vision solutions.

One of the 2023 MVC visitors, John Grace, Euro Head of Quality, Product Safety and R&D at Loop, said: “A good selection of companies and an opportunity to learn about new developments and find potential suppliers.”

For more information, visit: www.machinevisionconference.co.uk

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