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Vision Award 2012 now open for submissions

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Messe Stuttgart, organisers of Vision 2012 (6-8 November), is now taking submissions for the Vision Award, its annual prize for applied image processing. The winner will receive the €5,000 prize money in an award ceremony on 6 November during the Vision get-together.

A jury comprised of Jens Michael Carstensen of Videometer, Hermann Tropf of Vision Tools, Martin Wäny of Awaiba, Dieter-Josef Walter of Daimler, and Michael Engel of Vision Components, will choose the winner for the most outstanding innovation of 2012.

The winner will have the opportunity to present their innovation at the Vision 2012 press conference. The submitted abstracts will be published online for the trade fair and a short abstract will be printed in the Vision catalogue. Imaging and Machine Vision Europe are proud once again to sponsor the award and will also publish abstracts.

Companies can enter an abstract of no more than four A4 pages online at www.messe-stuttgart.de/vision/award-en. The deadline for submissions is 13 July and articles are requested in English.

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