Hello, and welcome back to another issue of MVPro Magazine! This time, we have brought you an extra-special digital issue jam-packed with exclusive content, from interviews with major CEOs to market research on one of the hottest topics in machine vision.

We start with an in-depth summary of Zebra Technologies’ recent webinar which focused on the challenges of machine vision-powered packaging inspection. The webinar, held in association with MVPro Media, outlined the benefits of using machine vision technology in packaging.

Next, I’m excited to bring you the latest instalment in our exclusive CEO interview series! This time, we are fortunate to hear from Olaf Munkelt, the CEO of machine vision giant MVTec Software. Olaf reveals his journey to becoming the CEO of the company, discusses MVTec’s ethos and outlines some of their most successful solutions. 

Following on from our previous issue which provided a deep dive into the artificial intelligence market, I have delved into the ever-growing world of hyperspectral imaging (HSI) for this issue. Learn more about the state of the global HSI market, plus find out what some of the industry’s key players think of this emerging technology.

After that, SICK UK share their expert views on robotics. They discuss their partnership with ALM Engineering and reveal how SICK robot safety enables machine tending on wheels.

As ever, we also bring you a roundup of the latest news in machine vision and image processing, with stories from ABB Robotics, Basler and FRAMOS.

I hope you enjoy reading this latest issue of MVPro Magazine!


Matt Williams
Editorial

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