STEMMER IMAGING is Europe's largest imaging technology provider with head office in Germany (Puchheim near Munich) and subsidiaries in many European countries.
Our mission is to provide the users and developers of imaging technology with competitive advantage by adding value in the supply of quality components, expertise and support. Everything from a single source.
SPECIM is a world leading company for hyperspectral imaging instruments, analyzers and systems. We provide our ImSpector imaging spectrographs, spectral cameras, and hyperspectral imaging solutions with software tools to a rapidly increasing number of industrial OEM customers and a large scientific clientele. Our AISA family of airborne hyperspectral sensors provides market leading solutions for remote sensing, from small UAV systems to full featured commercial, research and military remote sensing tools. Our sisuROCK workstation is revolutionary concept for mining industry serving in business decision making during exploration phase and actual mining operations.
Norsk Elektro Optikk was established in 1985 as a privately owned research company within the field of electro optics. The founders had their scientific and technical background from the Norwegian Defense Research Establishment, which for the last 30-40 years have been the leading research organization in electro optics in Norway.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. ESA is an intergovernmental organisation, created in 1975, with the mission to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space delivers benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.
Imec, based in Belgium, performs world-leading research in nanoelectronics. Leveraging on our strong background in heterogeneous integration, CMOS imagers, image processing and system design, prototyping and our flex-fab environment geared towards low-volume manufacturing, imec develops compact, low-cost and fast hyper spectral imager systems. Imec also offers a design-on-demand service for high-end specialty imagers and low-volume manufacturing in its on-site 200mm cleanroom.
inno-spec is a developer and manufacturer of optical measuring devices with a focus on spectral imaging systems. With this technique spectral data of an area can be recorded with spatial resolution. Further products include lighting, imaging spectrographs, cameras and accessories like fiber bundles. In addition to our standard products we also offer customized systems and components. Our systems are designed to tolerate harsh conditions, and are well suited for industrial applications like process analysis, measurement of product quality, sorting and laboratory.
The trade journal inVISION (circulation 15,000 copies) covers the topics machine vision, identification and imaging. In addition to the print version, the inVISION newsletter – with more than 18,000 subscribers – along with the VISION fair bi-weekly newsletter keeps readers up to date regarding machine vision news and products.
Imaging & Machine Vision Europe is the multi-platform resource for suppliers, integrators, and OEMs of imaging and machine vision technologies in Europe. Readers have access to Europe’s only dedicated magazine for design and production engineers working in scientific imaging and machine vision markets; news of the latest developments and trends in the industry; informed commentary and analysis; and independent, in-depth editorial content. Imaging & Machine Vision Europe is published bi-monthly in print and digital editions, and alongside email newsletters IMVE Newsline and IMVE Productline is essential reading for anyone in the fields of imaging and machine vision. It is available at no cost for qualified readers.
Konica Minolta is a global leader in technology that has a history of more than 140 years of innovation and is now expanding its business in various fields including the digital workplace, healthcare, sensors and information automation and business technologies. To accelerate its innovation activities, they have established new organizations in Europe focusing on both business innovation and development and R&D. Their role is to collaborate closely with academic institutes, research institutes, partner companies, startups and the customer to gain a deeper understanding of market needs and technology trends and to initiate, support and manage both new business development and technology development.
EVK DI Kerschhaggl GmbH is a world leader in the development and manufacture of sensor based sorting systems for use in recycling, mining, food processing and pharmaceutical industries. Since its foundation in 1987, the core philosophy at EVK is to develop innovative solutions for high performance grading and sorting of bulk material.
Insort GmbH is the worldwide leading company providing real time sorting, monitoring and analysing solutions based on Chemical Imaging Technology (CIT®) for the food processing industry. Our expertise combines the latest optical sensor systems and digital signal processing with mechanic and electronic machine design specially developed to fulfill highest food processing standards. The machines branded as the „Sherlock“ family set a new benchmark in performance and food safety.
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