UKIVA to run seminars at VTX

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The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) will once again be running a series of free seminars at the VTX Exhibition. Entitled 'Vision for the future – Next generation solutions for manufacturing', the seminars will feature a mixture of product orientated presentations, case studies, industry-based seminars and a session dedicated to introducing vision for machine builders.

UKIVA consultant, Don Braggins, commented: 'The particular seminar format that we are running has proved to be particularly popular over the last couple of years and we are grateful that one of our members, Imaging and Machine Vision Europe magazine, is once again organising the 'Case Studies' session, where visitors will be able to hear how vision is solving problems in industry. The emphasis is on non-commercial presentations, although there will be the opportunity to catch up on all the latest product offerings from UKIVA members.'

Product presentation sessions will take place on the morning of 27 April with the case studies in the afternoon. The industry-based seminars will take place on the morning of 28 April and will focus on the capabilities of vision in industries as diverse as print and packaging, medical and pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and automotive. In the afternoon, UKIVA members will be presenting 20-minute sessions showing how vision can benefit machine builders.

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