VisionChina committee finalizes plans for major show in Beijing

JANUARY 18--The China Society of Image and Graphics, organizer of VisionChina, is working to make it a first-class machine-vision exhibition in China.

JANUARY 18--At a recent press conference, the China Society of Image and Graphics (CSIG), organizer of VisionChina, announced plans for the upcoming conference. Speakers included Kailong Liu, Senior Engineer and Secretary-General of CSIG; Yujin Zhang, Doctor of Tsinghua University and Vice President of CSIG; and Boxia Xu, Researcher and Secretary-General of Tianjin Society of Image and Graphics. They spoke on machine vision's development and future in China.

"The technology of machine vision is far from universal in China, and many people are unfamiliar with this industry. However, with the development of the global economy and technology, the machine-vision industry is playing a more important role in the whole economic field. At the same time, it has become a necessary driving power for the growth of China's industry," said General Secretary Liu. "To further the development and application of machine vision in China, the Machine Vision Committee under the CSIG has decided to hold the VisionChina conferences."

In addition, General Secretary Liu promised that VisionChina2007 would provide a more comfortable exhibition environment, professional conference service, and in-depth discussions of technical subjects.

Tao Zhang, the project director of TTJ exhibition companies, representing the organizing committee, announced detailed information on VisionChina2007. It is to be held at Beijing Exhibition Center on June 13-15, 2007. In addition, the organizer announced that the second VisionChina(Shenzhen) will be held in November this year.

For more information, contact the Machine Vision committee of the China Society of Image and Graphics, TTJ Exhibition Companies, Tel: 8610-63356410/13/16, 62650592, 62650570, Fax: 8610-63356430, 62650570, e-mail: visionchina2007@ttjexpo.com, or on the Web at 2007.visionchinashow.com.

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