UKIVA newsletter available for download

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The March issue of the newsletter from the UKIVA, which appeared as an insert in the February/March issue of Imaging and Machine Vision Europe, is available for download from the UKIVA website. Published twice a year, the newsletter contains an interesting mix of comment, members' news, training course information and application stories, as well as an up-to-date directory of UKIVA members.

UKIVA director, Don Braggins, said: 'The newsletter provides a perfect opportunity for members to showcase their latest news and at the same time allows the Association to show the diversity of capabilities and expertise that our members have to offer end-users, OEMs and systems integrators.'

The current issue highlights the growing popularity and capabilities of 3D vision for industrial applications, and several UKIVA members have 3D vision products available. Many members run training courses varying in duration and complexity from 60 minute web-based seminars to 12 week courses.

The featured application stories illustrate the wide range of capabilities that vision has to offer. They include multispectral imaging of coffee beans in the visible and NIR region of the spectrum; the measurement and classification of scallops for the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries Service and the detection, measurement and rejection of defects during the manufacture of aerosol containers.

Recent News

14 September 2020

Messe Stuttgart has set a date of 5 to 7 October 2021 for the Vision show, which was cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic. The show will be held in parallel with Motek

03 September 2020

Terahertz imaging company, Tihive, has been awarded €8.6m from the European Innovation Council's Accelerator programme to scale up its industrial inspection technology

01 September 2020

The robotics market in North America is down 18 per cent so far compared to the same period last year

13 August 2020

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