Messe Stuttgart launches Russian Vision conference

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The first Vision Russia Pavilion and Conference, supported by Messe Stuttgart, has been announced, to be held in the Expocentre, Moscow from 14 to 15 May 2014. This is to recognise Russian industry progress in the field of machine vision and to highlight the role of machine vision in supporting other industries by being held in parallel with two other events.

The Russian Federation has outlined key investment and development priorities as innovation and modernisation of Russian politics and is actively investing in infrastructure projects which involve high-tech companies. Over the next ten years, €80 billion has been allocated by the government for military modernisation and planned modernisation of 1,700 plants and factories within the country. Tax legal benefits for businesses have been announced to help boost the modernisation of technologies and infrastructure, and the government is increasing its support of imported technologies.

The format of the Vision Russia Pavilion and Conference has been designed to highlight the role of machine vision in supporting other industries and promises to attract a wide range of specialists in high-tech industry. The event will be held in parallel with the Semicon Russia 2014 exhibition and conference for semiconductor and microelectronics and Sviaz-Expocomm 2014. The total number of visitors across the three shows is predicted to be 35,000.

Vision Russia will demonstrate a wide range of machine vision products and services and will also include a professional scientific programme, including panel lectures and round tables.

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