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Stemmer Imaging UK to hold open house event

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Stemmer Imaging UK is holding its first open house event to celebrate its 25th birthday and to present its new UK facilities in Tongham, Surrey. Stemmer Imaging UK is opening its doors on 12 September for a series of machine vision seminars, master classes, discussions and live demonstrations.

Mark Williamson, director of corporate market development at Stemmer Imaging, said: ‘2012 sees Stemmer Imaging celebrating 25 years as Europe’s leading supplier of core vision technology and at the same time we in the UK can boast 15 years in the vision industry. By opening up our new facilities in Tongham, Surrey for its first event of this kind, we are inviting visitors to learn about the latest machine vision technologies and share in the celebrations. They can meet both suppliers and developers in an informal environment and see the latest technologies in action.’

The flexible format for the day will include four individual tracks of presentations; sessions with developers; master classes for Common Vision Blox (Stemmer Imaging’s machine vision development environment) and live demonstrations including USB3 Vision, line scan technology and smart vision systems and solutions. In this way, visitors can plan exactly what they want to see and when they want to see it.

The event also provides the chance to learn about new data transmission interfaces such as USB3 Vision, CoaXPress and Camera Link HS; meet with the world’s leading manufacturers such as Teledyne Dalsa, AVT, IDS, Sony, LMI and Microbus, as well as the opportunity for personal meetings with Stemmer and supplier staff. There will also be a wide range of mini exhibition stands, exhibiting the most up to date machine vision technology available.

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