UKIVA announces two new members

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The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) has announced that Rhombus VS and the VTX - Vision Technology Exhibition and Conference are the latest organisations to become members. Rhombus VS is an OEM specialist in the manufacture of complete custom solutions for vision, non-contact metrology and automation applications, while VTX is a leading UK and Irish annual exhibition for the vision industry.

Rhombus VS is a system integration specialist with extensive experience and expertise in high accuracy process/motion control, software solutions and integration, materials/part handling, robotic integration, image acquisition and processing, instrumentation and measurement, beam profiling, multi-sensor analysis, laser processing, galvanometer scanning and calibration, inspection, and statistical analysis.

VTX is organised by OctoMedia, part of the Canon Communications group. Canon is one of the world's leading event organisers for advanced manufacturing industry. VTX is held annually at the NEC in Birmingham, UK and sets out to provide an educational forum for both expert users and those who have not yet considered vision as a solution. VTX is held in parallel to the Mtec and Machine Building and Automation exhibitions.

UKIVA director, Don Braggins, said: 'We are always delighted to welcome new members, and it is interesting to see that as well as our more "traditional" members, we are attracting more organisations who, like the association, are also involved in promoting the use of vision.'

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