Cor Maas elected EMVA vice president

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The European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) executive committee has elected Cor Maas (LMI Technologies) as EMVA vice president for a term of three years. Cor Maas has been a member of the executive committee since May 2008 and is in charge of EMVA standardisation activities. He is co-founder of LMI Technologies and serves as president of LMI's vision components division headquartered in The Netherlands.

As EMVA vice president his focus will be on harmonising global machine vision standardisation activities and the further development of current EMVA standardisation initiatives such as the GenICam and EMVA 1288 standards.

'Harmonisation of global machine vision standardisation emphasises the economic importance of machine vision as a key technology. It will also increase the benefit for all our members,' said Maas.

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