North America’s Largest Machine Vision and Imaging Show Returns
North America’s largest machine vision & imaging show, opens in Boston October 11-13 with leading solution providers and industry experts showcasing practical, real-world applications integral to solving challenges across myriad industries. The Vision Show also includes a conference designed to train engineers, business leaders and prospective buyers alike on the latest technologies and developments in machine vision, imaging, sensors, autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), collaborative robots, and more.
Companies in industries such as manufacturing, logistics, food & beverage, life sciences and medical deploy machine vision and imaging systems to increase profitability, improve throughput, reduce defects, comply with regulations and solve specific challenges. According to the conference host organization, the Association for Advancing Automation, the North America machine vision market set new records for the first half of 2022, with orders totally $1.588 billion between machine vision components ($227 million) and systems ($1.355 billion). These volumes exceeded the previous records set in 2021 by 6.2% overall.
“In today’s increasingly connected and automated world, machine vision and imaging systems are integral to nearly every automation system, so it isn’t surprising to see this industry booming along with the robotics industry,” said Jeff Burnstein, president of A3, which helps develop the global standards for the vision industry and boasts hundreds of vision and imaging suppliers and integrators among its 1,100+ member companies. “At The Vision Show, companies can find the right solution providers, the right technology and the right expertise to implement vision and imaging systems where they’re needed to improve their automation processes now and in the months and years to come.”
Keynotes sessions include ‘The Building Blocks of Mobile Robots’, ‘Machine vision and AI beyond the factory’ and ‘Vision AI /ML solutions at scale’.
The Vision Show’s conference includes more than 50 sessions and panels across four learning tracks: Vision Integration, Application & Technologies, Artificial Intelligence & Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), and Vision & Robotics.
For more information: www.visionshow.org