High attendance at IPOT

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The IPOT exhibition for machine vision and displays technology, held on the 14-15 February at the NEC in Birmingham, once again enjoyed high attendance, and looks set to enjoy even greater success next year.

The event covers optical, photonics, vision and displays technology. Visitors have the opportunity to view the latest developments and meet a wide range of companies.

Already looking to the future, more than 50 per cent of stand space has been reserved for the 2008 event. These companies include Edmund Optics, Firstsight Vision, Alrad Imaging, Pacer, and Hamamatsu Photonics.

The show, organised by Trident Exhibitions, coincides with three other events held in the NEC covering measurement instrumentation, semiconductor processing, and automation.

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