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PPMA show boasts strong industrial vision presence

There will be a strong industrial vision presence at the UK packaging trade fair, the PPMA show, when it takes place in Birmingham, UK from 25 to 27 September.

The PPMA show is an important platform for machine vision in the processing and packaging industries. It attracts around 8000 visitors from the food, beverage, baking, pharmaceutical, luxury goods, tobacco, confectionary, cosmetics and personal care sectors, of which 26 per cent reported an interest in vision at last year’s show.

There will be a strong industrial vision presence, with 17 members of the UK Industrial Vision Association exhibiting. These being Acrovision, Alrad Imaging, Baumer, Bytronic Automation, Clearview Imaging, Datalogic, FT Systems, Heuft, IFM Electronic, Industrial Vision Systems, Matrix Vision, Mettler Toledo, Multipix Imaging, Olmec UK, Omron Electronics, Sick (UK) and Stemmer Imaging.

Exhibits will include a wide range of vision components and vision systems, equipment containing vision systems component suppliers. Vision integrators will also be there to discuss more complex integration projects. Equipment on show will include product, process and packaging inspection systems, including high-speed code reading and label inspection, robot vision, 3D imaging and multi-camera inspection systems. The exhibition also provides the opportunity for visitors to discuss their vision requirements with experts in the field.

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