EMVA predicts six per cent rise in turnover in 2012

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The European machine vision market will grow six per cent in 2012, according to data from the European Machine Vision Association's latest market study. Turnover in 2011 increased by almost 15 per cent.

The study collates data from 247 companies in the European machine vision industry. Industry sales in the survey are broken down to regions, product types, applications, customer types and customer industries. In addition to the European statistics, readers can now find five country-specific reports covering machine vision in France, Germany, Italy, the UK and the Benelux region.

The report also serves as a valuable tool for stakeholders from industry related areas, such as financial institutions, the investment community, representatives of the regional, national and European legislature, as well as business planners and analysts.

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