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EMVA pledges support for Vision Russia conference

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VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference is the only event devoted to machine vision industry in Russia which gained support of the European Machine Vision Association (EMVA), the largest association representing the entire machine vision industry in Europe. The specialized venue for the machine vision industry in Russia will welcome the guests from all over the world in Moscow Expocentre from 17th to 18th of June 2015. The event will be held in parallel to the leading Forum for micro - and nanoelectronics industry – SEMICON Russia 2015. According to Thomas Lübkemeier, General Secretary of EMVA, the Russian market offers great potential for the new age boosting industry as many sectors are still widely untapped by the technological advantages machine vision offers.

EMVA highly appreciates the main goal of VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference 2015 – to further spread the benefits of machine vision technology and promote this to suppliers of goods and services across the Russian Federation. Despite the fact that machine vision market is relatively new for the Russian business enterprises, its future fully depends on the joint attempts of industry players. In the view of Thomas Lübkemeier, it’s very important to develop the industry step by step and work for long-term prospects. VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference will shed light on the machine vision opportunities for technological processes optimization and increasing the key indicators which make business successful.

EMVA is also the European industry lobby supporting the interests and concerns of its members, and helping to ensure that imaging and machine vision technology is widely applied throughout all industry sectors, manufacturing and non-manufacturing, in Europe and abroad. In the current market phase, lobbying and support are vitally important for those companies who plan to penetrate the Russian market.