The 5th European Machine Vision Forum will be held in Ireland on September 10-11, 2020 the EMVA has announced.
The Tyndall Institute, University College, Cork will be the host venue the annual two-day European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) event that brings together the machine vision industry and academics.
Its focal topic is Accuracy, Reliability and Limits of Machine Vision, revealed Peter O’Brien head of research group at the Tyndall Institute and organiser of next year’s forum.
The announcement was made at the conclusion of the 4th European Machine Vision Forum in Lyon, France.
This year’s event featured two-days of presentations from the likes of the Fraunhofer Institute, Heidelberg University and Bologna University as well as industry insight from Prophesee, Lynred and Corning.
It also included keynote speeches from Professor Peter Seitz, senior technologist Europe at Hamamatsu Photonics, Professor Christian Wolf, INSA, Lyon University, and Dr François Simeons, strategic programme manager, CEA-Leti.
The aim of the forum is to foster innovation, discuss the newest research results, learn about emerging applications and discuss research cooperation between industry and academic institutions.
Professor Dr Bernd Jähne, organiser of this year’s event and member of the EMVA board said: “We want to create innovation together and we all see opportunities with this approach.”
For more information on the EMVA and its events go to www.emva.org