UKIVA appoints new chairman

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The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) appointed Allan Anderson, managing director of ClearView Imaging, its new chairman at a recent annual members’ meeting.

Anderson, who previously held the position of vice chairman of UKIVA, took the reins of the organization, replacing Paul Wilson. Anderson will hold his new position for another two years to complete his four-year cycle as vice chair and chair. Neil Sandhu, national product manager at SICK (UK), took Anderson’s former position of vice chairman. As the vice chairman, Anderson was a leading visionary for the creation of the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition (MVC).

“UKIVA recognized the need for an independent machine vision event in the U.K., and with the hard work of many people, we have made it a reality,” he said. Anderson recognized the accomplishments of the association under the direction of Wilson, the departing chair, noting the significant growth of the association during his term.

Sandhu, the new UKIVA vice chair, brings extensive experience to his new role, and as a well-established member, he will continue UKIVA’s efforts to promote the benefits of vision technology to even more clients.

Published: March 2019
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Machine vision, also known as computer vision or computer sight, refers to the technology that enables machines, typically computers, to interpret and understand visual information from the world, much like the human visual system. It involves the development and application of algorithms and systems that allow machines to acquire, process, analyze, and make decisions based on visual data. Key aspects of machine vision include: Image acquisition: Machine vision systems use various...
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