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Machine vision pavilion to be held within Laser World of Photonics China

China Society of Image and Graphics (CSIG) and Messe Muenchen International (MMI) will again jointly organise a machine vision pavilion within Laser World of Photonics China, which will be held from 20-22 March 2012.

The two sides have already started their preparation for the pavilion officially in order to build a grand platform for the machine vision industry, the presented products including boards, industrial cameras, light sources, intelligent cameras, image processing systems, machine vision systems and accessories. To date, key players in the industry including Daheng Group, Luster, Microview and Lingzhi, Teledyne Dalsa, JM VisTec System, Lumen Vision, and Imaging Source have already applied for the show.

The cooperation between CSIG and MMI started already in 2011 with 50 exhibitors from eight countries and regions. Professor Wei Sui, director of machine vision professional committee, commented: 'Eastern China is an important industrial base of this country as well as one of the most important machine vision markets. On the other hand, MMI, a leading trade show organiser, has abundant experience and unparalleled capacity in industrial exhibition organisation. The cooperation will definitely build a harmonious trade platform.'

Stephen Lu, senior project manager of Laser World of Photonics China said: 'We are happy about the cooperation and about the broader product range. We believe Laser World of Photonics China is the most important platform for machine vision companies to display their latest technology and products to the market.'

The 2012 'China (Shanghai) machine vision technology and application conference' will be held together with the trade show. It will last for two days and feature special reports, technical talks and other events centred on the theme 'Latest developments of machine vision technology and their industrial applications'. Over 20 well-known experts from China and abroad will attend the conference to address around 500 attendees from the district.


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