Registration is now open for the STEMMER IMAGING UK Machine Vision Technology Forum which will take place at the Vox Conference Centre in Birmingham on 13-14 November 2019. Featuring a choice from an in-depth two day program or the FREE second day, the event is billed as the UK’s most comprehensive machine vision learning event.
The biennial forum which is organised in conjunction with the European Imaging Academy is part of a tour visiting five countries across Europe with a focus on learning rather than product presentations and includes many sessions given by independent experts. It provides participants with the opportunity to find out about the current trends and new technologies in machine vision and to see how these might be used for their own applications.
Visitors can choose between a two-day programme including a choice of in-depth training courses followed by a networking dinner with hotel accommodation on day one, or just the FREE second day. Day two features 48 seminar sessions including hands on taster sessions and state of the art technology overviews next to an exhibition by world leading technology suppliers and integrators.
The FREE presentations on day two are organised in six parallel tracks giving visitors a choice of content. Experts will provide information on the latest topics such as industry 4.0, embedded vision, machine learning and 3D or spectral imaging as well as covering the fundamental cornerstones of machine vision. Visitors can organise their own personal itinerary of presentations to attend.
The supporting exhibition features around 40 leading machine vision manufacturers who will showcase their latest developments, solutions and products. Specialists will be available throughout the day to answer any questions and give advice on any aspect of machine vision.
Training topics covered in day one are: planning and implementation of machine vision solutions; optics and illumination systems for machine vision; line scan technologies, hyperspectral imaging – innovative inspection in machine vision; machine learning theory and practice (CVB, Halcon and more) and an introduction to MVTec HALCON with hands-on training.
More details can be found here: www.stemmer-imaging.com/en-gb/machine-vision-technology-forum-2019/