The Eleventh British Machine Vision Conference
University of Bristol
11-14 September 2000
 
I N D U S T R Y     D A Y

Wednesday September 13th

Invitation to Participate

The British Machine Vision Conference is the UK's premier computer vision conference. The conference is organized by the British Machine Vision Association, which is dedicated to the transfer of technology between academia and industry, and has a tradition of presenting the country's best research in the machine vision field.

At this year's Conference, we are once again keen to place emphasis on industrial practice by holding an Industry Day devoted to applications of machine vision. Formal conference presentations on the day will be kept to a minimum and will mainly involve papers illustrating the practical use of machine vision. During the rest of the day delegates will be able to view poster presentations and this year they will see demonstrations from both industrial exhibitors and from researchers demonstrating their work.

You are cordially invited to participate in Industry Day by exhibiting your machine vision products and services. This is an excellent opportunity for you to influence a wide range of people interested in machine vision including postgraduate students who may shortly be entering the industry. Also on the day, the UK Industrial Vision Association is holding a Technical Workshop on Using Colour Information in Machine Vision.

The cost of Industry Day to industrial exhibitors is 200.00 which covers both exhibiting and attendance. This includes a 6 sq metre exhibition space and a copy of the Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

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Up-to-date information on BMVC2000 can be found at: http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/Events/BMVC2000/


Majid Mirmehdi, majid@cs.bris.ac.uk. Last modified January 2000. © 2000 University of Bristol