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Welcome to the UK Industrial Vision Association

The primary objective of the UK Industrial Vision Association is to promote the use of image processing technology by manufacturing industry in the UK. One of the most important ways in which this is done is to provide information about all the members, on a factual and uniform basis, to all enquirers.

To aid visitors seeking to learn about Industrial Vision Systems we have devised a What is Vision? section which provides information from all aspects of the industrial vision manufacturing industry. Featuring articles relating to compact vision systems, smart cameras, image processing and automated inspection.

Although machine vision implies automatic interpretation of images, the Association also provides information on other forms of electronic imaging such as infra red, x-ray and high speed cameras, not always subject to automatic analysis.

What is an industrial vision system? Read more about what Industrial Vision systems are and how they are integrated in to the UK Industrial Vision industry. To learn more about Industrial Vision please read our What is Vision guide.

 

New Products April 2014

FRAMOS Introduces the World’s first camera series with 10 Gigabit Ethernet and high-speed CMOS sensors FRAMOS is delighted to announce the launch of 10GigE cameras for professional image processing in the European market. FRAMOS now offers nine different camera models from the Canadian manufacturer Emergent Vision Technologies with high speed performance including 338 frames per second at 2 megapixels and 87 frames per second at 12 megapixels resolution. More...

UK Vision technology forum announced for May 2014 STEMMER IMAGING, in conjunction with the European Imaging Academy, is holding an industrial Vision Technology Forum at the Silverstone Wing Exhibition and Conference Centre in Northamptonshire on 22nd May 2014. Choose your own programme from around 40 seminars that will be run over five parallel ‘tracks’. In addition, over 25 machine vision manufacturers will be running hands-on demonstrations of hardware and software throughout the day. More...