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AIA goes East to the China International Machine Vision Exhibition

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The Automated Imaging Association (AIA) will again participate in an International Pavillion at the China International Machine Vision Exhibition, to be held 20-22 March 2008.


New this year, AIA will offer a special machine vision fundamentals training session, led by Valerie Bolhouse, a machine vision expert and former staff technical specialist in machine vision with the Advanced Manufacturing Group at Ford Motor Company. Bolhouse is also the author of Fundamentals of Machine Vision.


One of the road blocks to expanding the use of machine vision in China is the lack of education. ‘The AIA is happy to step in and facilitate basic machine vision training in China. This supports our ongoing mission to promote the global use and understanding of the technology,’ said Dana Whalls, AIA's managing director.


The International Pavilion enables companies from around the world to meet distribution partners, forge relationships for project cooperation and even coordinate direct investment for a localised presence.

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