Engineers – let us know what’s bothering you!

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Imaging and Machine Vision Europe is searching for engineers working with imaging to help shape the topics we cover.

We are looking for engineers to share their challenges and experiences working with machine vision and to give their opinions on the topics we should be covering that would ultimately be useful for their business.

Are there vision-related issues that we don’t cover or you’d like to see more coverage of? If you are an SME working with vision, are there business topics that you would find useful to know more about? Or possibly more information about commercialising vision technology?

If you have opinions on any of the above, or suggestions on how we can improve our coverage, we’d love to hear from you.

Please fill in our short survey to give your views – click here to go to the survey.

There’s also the chance to join our reader panel to contribute further in shaping the content we produce. Or even write for us about vision installations you’ve been involved in or challenges you’ve come up against as an end-user or integrator of machine vision.

To discuss writing for Imaging and Machine Vision Europe, please get in touch with the editor, Greg Blackman at greg.blackman@europascience.com.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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