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Stemmer Imaging Open Day programme announced

23 July 2012

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The programme for the Stemmer Imaging Open Day 2012 on 12th September has now been announced. Featuring over 20 of the world’s leading vision technology providers and with 30 seminars running over six concurrent tracks, this promises to be the largest UK event in 2012 purely for imaging and machine vision technology. This opportunity to learn about machine vision and discuss applications and technologies features taster sessions for those new to the technology and more technical sessions for machine vision veterans.

Stemmer Imaging’s newly refurbished and expanded UK premises in Tongham, Surrey, will host the Open Day. The day is split in to eight sessions where visitors can choose one of six track options on each session. Some sessions that are expected to be popular are repeated.

Each track has a theme as follows:

  • Track 1: Camera technologies
  • Track 2: Acquisition and software technologies
  • Track 3: Machine vision solutions
  • Track 4: Machine vision training
  • Track 5: Lights, lenses and components for machine vision
  • Track 6: Exhibition and talk with the experts

In this way, attendees can choose the sessions that are most applicable for their needs or simply talk with experts in the exhibition area throughout the day. This ‘mix and match’ approach is designed to ensure that each attendee gets exactly what they want and need from the day.

Topics covered will include developments in machine vision hardware and software, including the new USB 3.0, CoaXPress and Camera link HS interfaces and a master class for Common Vision Blox, Stemmer Imaging’s own Vision Development Environment. For people taking the first steps in learning about machine vision there will be a training taster programme from the European Imaging Academy along with seminars about easy-to-use vision systems.

Demand is expected to be high and places are limited. Early registration (by clicking on the ‘Open Day’ link from the Stemmer homepage, www.stemmer-imaging.co.uk, is recommended to secure the preferred choice of seminars. The full agenda and detailed synopsis of each session will also be made available for download from this link.

 

 

 
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