Machine Vision Conference 2024 is shaping up to be another successful event

Now in its 8th year, the Machine Vision Conference (MVC) is recognised worldwide as the leading machine vision trade show. This year’s conference takes place at the CBS Arena in Coventry on 18-19 June, featuring an exciting range of new machine vision technology including the latest state-of-the-art solutions from industry leading companies.

The core purpose of MVC is to promote the use of image processing technology, educate visitors about innovative new processes and assist businesses in finding new fantastic technologies that can help them to improve processes and reduce operating costs.

This annual event is content packed with fantastic networking opportunities, live demonstrations and knowledge sharing, making it an ideal combination for existing machine vision users and engineers as well as educating those new to the machine vision technology.

MVC 2024 is anticipated to be one of the best two-day conference and exhibition yet with visitors expected to immerse themselves in the latest developments and innovations from leading brands, who are eager to showcase and demonstrate their cutting-edge machine vision solutions. In addition, the outstanding seminar programme featuring some of the industry’s most knowledgeable experts, will make it hard for visitors to decide which thought-provoking presentations to attend.

Andrew Mark Peacock, Director at Peacock Technology Ltd said: “A unique opportunity to meet suppliers and industry experts covering the full machine vison stack.”

Last year, MVC attracted representatives from world-class brands, seeking solutions to improve their businesses. Some of the visitors included: Airbus, BMW, DeBeers, Jaguar Land Rover, McVities Cake Company, Mercedes AMG F1, Mitsubishi Electric, Morrisons, Nestle UK, Nissan, Ocado, Panasonic, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Sony, Tata Technologies, Tesco, The Co-Op, Unilever, Vodafone, and Warbutons.

The conference has a reputation for attracting an array of businesses, the top five visitor company types in 2023 were OEM, vision solutions provider, end user, machine vision manufacturer and distributor, and academic. These visitors came from a broad range of industries demonstrating the flexibility where machine vision technology can be used. Some of the industries represented were electronics, automotive, packaging materials and containers, broadcast/media, scientific imaging, defence, aerospace, marine, medical, robotics, agricultural, logistics/warehousing, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, healthcare, metrology, print/document handling, energy/utilities, bulk/raw materials, security and surveillance, rail, and chemical.

Morgan Carpenter, Research and Software Engineer at Sony Semi-conductor Solutions said: “I’m enjoying the range of exhibitors, and very interested in the technologies being used.”

MVC is once again co-located alongside Automation UK, organised by British Automation and Robot Association (BARA), providing visitors to MVC 2024 an added benefit of being able to visit Automation UK to find out the latest in the world of automation and robotics, all under one roof.

Visitor registration is expected to open in February and the show organiser, UKIVA, is advising anyone interested in exhibiting to register their interest as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. For more information, please visit:

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