20 Jan 2014
During the two-day event we received extremely positive feedback on our Vision Technology Forum from many of the around 400 participants as well as from the attendees. In order to verify these spontaneous reactions and to gather suggestions and criticisms to improve the next event, we asked everyone at the Forum to take part in a short survey on the event. Around one third of the participants took the time to fill out our survey - thank you for this!
The judgement by the attendees was extremely positive according to the survey results: approximately 97 percent of the respondents rated the combination of parallel presentations and the accompanying table top exhibition as good, very good or even excellent. Also the event’s duration, the topics of the talks and many more aspects were similarly highly appreciated.
Several participants mentioned the diversity and content of the topics as their personal highlights of the event. Statements such as “some of the talks have given me new ideas for future developments“, “the communicative environment and the wide range of exhibitors were my top highlights“ or “the whole event was excellently organised and realised“ confirm our own impression: the Vision Technology Forum 2013 was a complete success. One attendee even stated: “there is no better way to present such an event!“
In light of the fact that the Vision Technology Forum was organised by STEMMER IMAGING and the European Imaging Academy for the very first time in this format, we would not have expected such an overwhelming response. The question “Would you participate again if this event were repeated in 2 years?“ was answered with “yes“ by 77,6 percent of the respondents, another 21,6 percent answered with “maybe“. For this reason, we have already decided to repeat the event in the first week of November 2015. We will keep you updated with further details.
STEMMER IMAGING has been leading the machine vision market since 1987. It is Europe's largest technology provider in this field. In 1997 STEMMER IMAGING presented Common Vision Blox (CVB), a powerful programming library for fast and reliable development and implementation of vision solutions, which has been deployed successfully throughout the world in more than 40,000 imaging applications in various industries.