Photonex is the UK’s largest showcase event dedicated to light technologies which takes place next week on 12th & 13th October at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. It incorporates Vision UK.
VISION UK is dedicated to vision in the factory, on the production line, in the science field and subjects include applications, components, instruments and systems. It is a key UK event for vision and imaging technology. The event is a technology focus in a wider PHOTONEX exhibition and is also co-located with Vacuum Expo. Visitors will find the venue convenient, Ricoh Arena in Coventry, and this year a new rail station has opened ‘Coventry Arena’ adding to the convenience and accessibility for visitors.
Benefits of attending
VISON UK provides you with the opportunity to meet top suppliers that can help design your systems. They will introduce you to technologies that can be utilised to automate your production line to improve reliability and product quality.
The VISON UK event brings top supplier companies, educational seminars and presentations together all under one roof.
Vision/imaging technology, cameras, direct part marking, inspection, software, machine vison and factory automation will all feature in this October VISION UK event.
Vision UK is a place to solve your business problems, come and learn how to utilise vision in your factory; amongst the exhibitors there will be someone to answer any vision, sensing, remote sensing or light based technology questions and explain what techniques will be suitable for your application.
Industrial Vision Works!
The UKIVA (UK Industrial Vision Association) underpins Vision UK with a strong technical and application orientated programme “Industrial Vision Works! – techniques and the application of imaging technologies”. Learn how to adopt industrial vision solutions for your process – increase reliability and product quality at this day-long meeting.
There will be two keynote presentations.
Jason Gow, Centre for Electronic Imaging, The Open University. His talk is titled: The Challenges Associated with Imaging Technology in Space’.
Dr Stuart Green, an industrial technical manager and amateur astronomer’s talk is titled: ‘Machine Vision Cameras for Solar Imaging’
The keynote presentations will explore the functionality of imaging in space technology from different perspectives and reflects the increased interest in the space program in the UK following Major Tim Peake’s launch to the International Space Station in December 2105.
Visit the event websites and register to attend. Also register to receive e-newsletter updates and to find out more about the VISION UK event.
More details www.vision-uk.org