The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) is bringing its one day conference and exhibition back to Milton Keynes for 2018. The event is designed to facilitate new and existing users of industrial machine vision and imaging getting together to learn and discuss new developments in this growing field.
Join Tony Pipe, Deputy Director at Bristol Robotics Laboratory, for his talk about "The Venturer project: Connected & Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) and the enabling technology".
After lunch, Henry Harris-Burland of Starship Technologies will give a seminar on "Challenges, innovation and the future of self-driving delivery robots".
Choose from a selection of seminars about Deep Learning, Embedded Vision, innovations in vision technology and applications, 3D vision, camera technology, optics and illumination.
Active Silicon's Frans Vermeulen will give a talk on "High-speed image acquisition with real time GPU processing". Join him at 12:00 in the "Deep Learning & Embedded Vision" theatre.
More than 50 leading companies are exhibiting at the Machine Vision conference. Free access to the exhibition area allows visitors to see and discuss the latest technology on the market.
Among them find Active Silicon presenting its new high-performance, cost-optimised frame grabber range, 3G/HD-SDI interface boards for Tamron and Sony block cameras plus its lastest embedded system as a live demo.