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Control Vision Talks

The Control show organizer P.E. Schall and the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) continue their partnership and announce the third edition of the presentation forum ‘Control Vision Talks’ to take place during the 32nd Control – International trade fair for quality assurance in Stuttgart under the expert guidance of the, EMVA. 

The ‘Control Vision Talks’ 2018 will be held in Hall 6 / Booth 6529 during the first three show days and offer more than 30 presentations on applied machine vision and optical metrology for quality assurance in German or English language. Each of the days has a special thematic priority: 

  • Tuesday, 24 April: Machine Vision: From 2D to 3D
  • Wednesday, 25 April: Optical Metrology: From Offline to Inline
  • Thursday, 26 April: Spectral Imaging: Hyperspectral, CT and Infrared

The programme is supplemented by a panel discussion titled ´Inline computer tomography: Myth or Reality´ to be given in German on Wednesday 25 April at noon on the forum in Hall 6 / Booth 6529. Representatives of Delphi Deutschland, Fraunhofer IIS, Volume Graphics, Werth Messtechnik and Yxlon will dicuss the topic.

The ‘Control Vision Talks’ aim to demonstrate the advantages of machine vision and optical metrology for quality assurance in an application-oriented manner. Trade fair visitors have free access to the presentations and do not need to register. More information and the download link of the 2018 program can be found at www.emva.org/cvt2018.

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