The Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition is the leading machine vision trade exhibition in its 7th year. This year’s exhibition will showcase cutting-edge machine vision technologies from top firms.
This will be the biggest and finest two-day conference and expo ever, with over 500 guests, 50 exhibitors, and 40 technical talks!
The UKIVA (UK Industrial Vision Association) hosts this industry-specific event with great networking, live demonstrations, and knowledge sharing, making it ideal for machine vision users and engineers and those new to the technology.
The conference will be co-located with Automation UK at the Coventry Building Society Arena on June 20-21, 2023. Visitors at MVC may experience industrial robots and machine vision applications in one place.
Machine Vision Technology at MVC 2023
The conference program includes prominent experts on camera technology, optics, lighting, 3D vision, and robotic vision. Visitors will have trouble choosing between so many fantastic sessions.
A3 President Jeff Burnstein will address the MVC conference. A3 is a trade organisation for over 1,000 global firms in industrial robotics, artificial intelligence, vision, motion control, and associated automation technology.
Burnstein often comments on global automation trends, the effects of automation on jobs, and the future of automation beyond the factory floor.
He will update show attendees on the North American machine vision market size and current trends and discuss top vision applications today and in the future.
Rajesh Lyengar, founder and CEO of Lincode Labs Inc. (Stand 46), will discuss automated visual inspection across production and quality control. AI-powered visual inspection helps firms find flaws faster and more precisely.
Lyengar and his team help firms become smart factories using AI and automation. They believe this adjustment will boost manufacturer production and efficiency.
Paul Wilson, founder & CEO of Scorpion Vision (Stand 21), will discuss 3D cameras, their market, uses, and issues.
Board-level stereo cameras and time-of-flight sensors to the newest 3D machine vision cameras are industrial 3D cameras. Custom 3D vision systems to the most difficult industrial 3D robot guidance applications are available.
Scorpion Vision is an award-winning machine vision company
Vision systems undervalue light. ‘Camera, Lens… Thomas Armspach-Young of Edmund Optics (Stand 38) will answer “What about illumination?” to increase image quality.
Armspach-Young will demonstrate the most prevalent machine vision lighting methods. He will discuss the pros and cons of each kind and how to maximize each lighting.
The informative lecture program helps visitors find the correct goods and solutions. Over 40 lecture sessions and over 50 exhibitors with cutting-edge goods and services are available.
Other reasons to attend the show include meeting and connecting with machine vision industry experts, talking to exhibitors that can directly help businesses, seeing live demonstrations, and hearing from industry experts about new solutions.
Register today to attend the expo, which has something for everyone regardless of machine vision skill. Free conference admission.