Oct. 24, 2017
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Record attendance at the Machine Vision Technology Forum

Many participants praised the high technical level of the lectures

More than 750 participants visited our Machine Vision Technology Forum, which took place on the 17th and 18th of October in Unterschleissheim, showcasing state of the art technology and the latest developments.

After 2013 and 2015, the third edition of the Stemmer Imaging technology forum Bildverarbeitung exceeded all expectations and recorded a record participation: Over 750 image processing experts and users from Germany, Austria and Switzerland visited the event in Unterschleißheim near Munich. The participants were able to individually compile their program from six parallel lecture blocks with more than 50 technology lectures and thus focus on their special focus areas and areas of interest.

In an accompanying exhibition, 40 leading international manufacturers presented their latest image processing developments and gave visitors the opportunity to find out more about the latest innovations and trends.

Many participants praised the high technical level of the lectures and the effective combination of presentations, exhibition and networking possibilities, which was rounded off by a successful and well-attended evening event.

Stemmer Imaging will again perform this highly successful event in a similar style in other European countries. Already on 24 October, the technology forum for image processing in Stockholm, 7 November in Eindhoven, 9 November in Paris and 16 November 2017 in Silverstone. Those who missed the event in Germany should take advantage of the opportunity to learn about the latest trends in image processing at these locations. The next German technology forum for image processing is planned by Stemmer Imaging for autumn 2019.

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82178 Puchheim
Germany
Phone: +49 89 80902 0
Telefax: +49 89 80902 116

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