8th March 2016 - Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel, Stockholm

The learning and networking event for machine vision: STEMMER IMAGING in conjunction with the European Imaging Academy is pleased to announce the 2016 Nordic Machine Vision Technology Forum to be held on the 8th March 2016 at the Radisson Royal Park Hotel in Stockholm


  • Experience one day packed with technical information, informative live demonstrations, as well as interesting conversations.
  • Select from 38 lectures in parallel lecture blocks
  • Visit the exhibition of leading machine vision suppliers


Last minute registrations for the Nordic Machine Vision Technology Forum are possible
calling +46 8 555 110 36.



For more information about the event, presentations and exibition download PDFs

Seminar flyer Presentation overview Programme overview
Lectures presenting current technological developments
The seminar programme will feature 38 seminars split over 4 parallel tracks and will focus on learning rather than product presentations. These tracks covering all aspects of machine vision theory as well as extended hands-on sessions using the latest machine vision technology. Some tracks will be delivered by industry experts from the industry's leading manufacturers.
Attendees will also be able to view the latest technology and demonstrations from 33 manufacturers at the co-located exhibition as well as have one to one discussions with experts throughout the day. During registration you will be able to configure your personal agenda and request specific meetings and discussions.

Machine Vision Newbies
For Machine Vision Newbies
Learn how machine vision can add value. Acquire knowledge of what to ask when specifying and buying vision systems. Meet integrators and gain contacts in the growing area of automation.
Machine Vision Experts
For Machine Vision Experts
Hear from industry experts about new techniques, new standards and new technologies. Meet with the largest gathering of machine vision technology manufacturers in Sweden.


08:30-09:30 Registration / Exhibition
09:30-10:25 Presentations
10:30-10:55 Coffee break / Exhibition
11:00-12:25 Presentations
12:30-13:55 Lunch break / Exhibition
14:00-14:55 Presentations
15:00-15:25 Coffee break / Exhibition
15:30-16:25 Presentations


Standard fee*: 900 SEK

* End of registration: 29.02.16
(All prices exclusive VAT)


Radisson Blu Royal Park Hotel
Frösundaviks Allé 15
SE-169 03 Solna, Sweden
Telefon: +46 8 6245500


Comments from attendees of the German Machine Vision Technology Forum held in 2015:

"This event creates a competent machine vision network of vendors, developers and users. The technology forum offers the perfect platform to exchange different ideas in various areas in a pleasant atmosphere."

"An outstanding event which gives a deep insight into all aspects of imaging and machine vision. Each lecture brings new ideas. I am looking forward to the next time. Thank you!"

"A perfectly organized event with clear, well-dosed and didactically very well-prepared content. Very open discussion atmosphere. Excellent opportunity to exchange ideas with other imaging experts and users."
Choose between 38 seminars over 4 parallel tracks
This programme gives you an overview of all presentations. The presentations are grouped into four blocks, allowing you to select your individual programme. A visit to the exhibition that runs in parallel throughout the day can also be selected as presentation track. The selection of the individual presentations is to be done directly in the registration form. We reserve the right to change the programme if necessary.


  • Multi-spectral imaging enhances vision
    (Teledyne DALSA Inc.)
  • The dark side of LEDs!
    (CCS Europe N.V.)
  • Optimum interaction of camera and lens / dump those dogmatas!
    (Carl Zeiss AG)
  • 1G-BaseT and beyond


  • Machine vision in extreme surroundings - How to protect cameras from damaging environmental influences?
    (AutoVimation GmbH)
  • Improving the 3D scan accuracy of laser triangulationn
    (Automation Technology GmbH)
  • Improve your vision application’s performance through optical filtering
    (Midwest Optical Systems Inc.)
  • Planning and realisation of machine vision applications


  • A picture can say more than 1000 words - comparing camera images and test data
    (Allied Vision Technologies GmbH)
  • How smart cameras are changing the way vision is implemented in factories
    (Teledyne DALSA Inc.)
  • Selecting the appropriate cables for vision systems
    (CEI Components Express Inc.)
  • Inspection of moving objects - technologies for image acquisition and analysis


  • Boosting processing power with built-in FPGA image preprocessing
    (Adlink Technologies Inc.)
  • CMOS sensors are coming of age
    (JAI A.S.)
  • The perfect lens ?!
    (Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH)
  • GenAPI interna


  • Intelligent lighting - advantages of intelligent lighting within machine vision systems
    (Gardasoft Vision Ltd.)
  • Learn from the practise: Which sensor and which interface suites which application
    (Allied Vision GmbH)
  • Influence of variable aperture stop in telecentric imaging lenses
    (Sill Optics GmbH & Co. KG)
  • Chemical colour imaging and its advantages by deploying hyperspectral cameras for industrial applications
    (Perception Park)


  • Shape from Shading – surface inspection for challenging surfaces
    (SAC Sirius Advanced Cybernetics GmbH)
  • Line scan illumination - the art of line scan
    (Metaphase Technologies Inc.)
  • How modern camera features are changing machine vision, part 1
    (Teledyne DALSA Inc.)
  • USB3 Vision – where does the journey lead to?


  • Challenges when inspecting components - detection & elimination of error sources
  • Maximizing the power of embedded camera platforms
  • How modern camera features are changing machine vision, part 2
    (Teledyne DALSA Inc.)
  • Independent and future-proof: decoupling of hardware and software through image abstraction


  • 3D Real world applications, part 1
    (LMI Technologies Inc.)
  • Inspection of sophisticated surfaces with contact image sensors
    (Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.)
  • Powerful, Robust, and Easy - A New Generation of Vision Software
  • Solutions for inspection of shiny object surfaces


  • 3D Real world applications, part 2
    (LMI Technologies Inc.)
  • Quality assurance and fault analysis with high-speed cameras
    (Optronis GmbH)
  • SVL - Enlightened illumination techniques
    (Smart Vision Lights)
  • How to improve accuracy / repeatability on non-contact temperature measurement by selecting the right IR spectrum


  • Effects of pixel size in line scan cameras
    (JAI A.S.)
  • Selection of the right MV-laser in terms of applications related parameters
    (Z-Laser Optoelektronik GmbH)
  • State-of-the-art acquisition mechanisms and their properties
    (Silicon Software GmbH)
  • New approaches for pattern recognition and automatic learning

An event of STEMMER IMAGING in cooperation with the European Imaging Academy