Stemmer Imaging has published the program for the 2014 Machine Vision Technology Forum which will be held on the 22nd May 2014 at the Silverstone Wing Exhibition and Conference Centre – home of the British Grand Prix. The event features over 40 seminars, plus machine vision training tasters from the European Imaging Academy, hands-on workshops with 2D and 3D vision systems and an exhibition by over 25 leading machine vision manufacturers.
The 40 seminars are split over 6 parallel tracks and will focus on learning rather than product presentations. Newcomers to vision can learn how machine vision can add value and also acquire knowledge of what to ask when specifying and buying vision systems. Vision experts can hear from industry experts about new techniques, new standards and new technologies. Everyone will have the opportunity to meet integrators and gain contacts in the growing area of automation as well as networking with experts in the field of machine vision.
One track will exclusively be delivered by the European Imaging Academy’s chief instructor and will feature sessions covering all aspects of machine vision theory. Another track will provide extended hands-on sessions using the latest machine vision technology. The other seminars will be delivered by industry experts from the industry’s leading manufacturers, discussing the latest technical developments in all areas of imaging & machine vision.
Registering online will allow attendees to configure their personal agenda and request specific meetings and discussions. Sessions will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
An added bonus is the lunchtime keynote speech to be delivered by Richard Noble OBE, previous land speed record holder and project director of Bloodhound SSC – the British attempt to be the first to break 1000 mph on land. STEMMER IMAGING is sponsoring the project and is providing the in car camera systems used during both testing and the record attempt itself.