Vision Show 2008 returns to Boston

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The Vision Show, North America's largest machine vision trade show and conference, will return to the Hynes Convention Centre in Boston, from 10-12 June 2008. The Vision Show offers a look at the latest machine vision technologies and applications from more than 100 leading manufacturers, distributors and suppliers from around the world. 

The accompanying conference, which begins on 9 June,  features in-depth tutorials and sessions on topics such as the fundamentals of machine vision, lighting and optics, how to select machine vision components, integrating machine vision into your system, 3D vision solutions, the latest advances in smart cameras and sensors, advanced in colour vision, machine vision software, non-visible imaging and more.  Now in its 11th year, more than 2,000 engineering and manufacturing leaders from throughout the world are expected to participate in the show, which was last held in Boston in May 2006. 

The Vision Show attendees are comprised of highly qualified customers of machine vision systems, components and solutions. Dana Whalls, managing director of the Automated Imaging Association (AIA), the trade group that produces the event, said:  ‘New this year will be a focus on providing more actual demonstrations of systems and products so that industries that have not fully adopted vision and imaging can come and see how it will help them save time and money while increasing quality.’ 

The trade show is free for advanced registrants, and the conference offers low-cost, multi-day passes.

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