Jochem Herrmann joins EMVA board

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Jochem Herrmann, chief scientist and co-founder of the Dutch camera manufacturer Adimec, has joined the board of the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA).

Herrmann is responsible for the future technologies at Adimec. He played a leading role in the joint R&D project which resulted in the interface standard CoaXPress, and earlier work that saw the introduction of Camera Link into the industry.

Herrmann views standards within the industry as key enabler for further growth of the machine vision market. ‘With GenICam and EMVA-1288, EMVA is already hosting two important machine vision standards. There are many innovative companies in Europe and it is therefore logical that EMVA will host more standards in the future,’ he said. ‘In addition to my general responsibilities as an EMVA board member, I see it as my primary goal to help EMVA achieve its ambition to become an important source for machine vision standards.’

According to EMVA statutes, Jochem Herrmann has been invited as the sixth member of the EMVA executive committee by the current board members. The EMVA general assembly will be asked to approve this decision in their next meeting.

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