Over 50 of the leading machine vision companies from around the world will be exhibiting at the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition which is taking place at Arena MK, Milton Keynes on Wednesday May 16th 2018. The Exhibition is co-located with the seven Conference Theatres, meaning that there will be plenty of opportunity for visitors to see all of the stands either during the official Conference breaks or if they have a vacant slot in their personal seminar itinerary.
Although the event is taking place in the UK, it has an international flavour with exhibitors from Canada, France, Germany, People’s Republic of China and the USA in addition to the many from the UK itself. Event organiser, Chris Valdes, comments: “It is testament to the success of the inaugural event last year that this year we have attracted a larger proportion of exhibitors from overseas. Not only that, we are delighted to welcome twelve new exhibitors. The line-up represents an excellent cross-section of the industrial vision industry.”
A large number of vision component manufacturers will be showing products such as cameras, optics, illumination, controllers, frame grabbers, software, 3D systems, cables and components. Many of the UK’s leading vision technology suppliers and distributors for these and other vision systems and components will also be exhibiting. A number of vision systems integrators will also be available on their stands to discuss how their specialist expertise can help integrate vision inspection systems in to existing or new production lines or OEM equipment. Full details of all exhibitors can be found at www.machinevisionconference.co.uk/exhibitors.
The prime objective for the event is to create an informative and educational environment. With 55 technical seminars being delivered at the Conference, including the two Keynote presentations, there will be an impressive array of very experienced and knowledgeable vision specialists gathered under one roof. This provides a great opportunity for attendees to network both with these specialists and with each other about any aspect of machine vision.
With seven presentation theatres hosting 55 technical seminars, the Conference offers a stimulating programme, with content suitable for every type of visitor, ranging from those completely new to vision to highly experienced practitioners in the subject. The full programme can be found at www.machinevisionconference.co.uk/programme, and it is generating a lot of interest, with almost twice as many people already registered for the event compared with the equivalent time in 2017.