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EMVA relaunches website

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The European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) has relaunched its website emva.org. The EMVA aims at providing a wide range of information with a relevance to machine vision application, technology and industry. Users can now find even more resources and the navigation has been improved to ensure intuitive and simple access to the required information.

The website also draws on the expertise of its members by giving them the option of uploading a range of different machine vision related types of documents and resources, such as press releases, case studies and product descriptions.

Site tours for a number of pre-defined target groups offer an easy way to get acquainted to the website and identify the pages with the highest value for the specific information requirements.

New and improved features include: ask the expert in an open Q&A forum; a machine vision glossary; more information on machine vision standards; a section with members' press releases; advanced search function and tagging options; a newsletter archive; and machine vision knowledge documents, among others.

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