Join our reader panel to shape Imaging and Machine Vision Europe

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Imaging and Machine Vision Europe is assembling a panel of readers to help it improve the content it delivers – and is inviting vision integrators, vision end users, academic working groups, and vision innovators to apply.

'We want to introduce direct contact with a representative group of our readers,' said editor Greg Blackman. 'We'd like to engage in conversation with them to check that we're covering the right sort of issues in Imaging and Machine Vision Europe, while also looking to see if there are other services we can offer that will help engineers and scientists using vision technology be the best they can be in their working environment.'

Successful applicants will be invited to participate in one or two panels per year, each comprising a short survey and follow-up phone call with a member of the Imaging and Machine Vision Europe team. Anything discussed will be entirely confidential.

'This isn't another mass survey leading to a report,' said Warren Clark, managing director of Europa Science, publisher of Imaging and Machine Vision Europe. ‘It's important to us that Imaging and Machine Vision Europe provides the right sort of content and covers the issues that vision engineers want to see.'

To apply for a place on the panel, please complete this form.

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