Tuesday, June 8, 2010

The Vision Show revealed--on video

The most interesting thing for me about The Vision Show in Boston (May 25-27) was the simple fact that about 80 exhibitors put on a very upbeat and comprehensive showing of machine vision components available to integrators and end-users.

In one place you could see and touch the cameras, lighting, boards, cabling, etc that you might want to design into your next system. In the technical sessions and tutorials, you could also be instructed in many of the fundamentals of the technology and understand how products perform.

Here’s a video with Jeff Burnstein from the AIA talking about the show and what’s coming next.

Of course the fact that most vendors were reporting good to great sales numbers really helped. The overall mood of the roughly 1900 attendees and exhibitors was so strikingly different than during the depths of the recession that it was impossible not to get caught up in the good feelings.

Follow this link to our Video Showcase to see some of the videos that were made during the show.

1 comment:

  1. This was the first time Boulder Imaging exhibited our machine vision solutions at The Vision Show . We were very impressed by the number of serious individuals seeking specific solutions to their challenges. Everyone is looking for ways to improve their products, become more efficient, and competitive. Overall, we were impressed and see this as a growing trend and look forward to more shows in the future.