The Russian machine vision platform – VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference will be presented in Stuttgart

The only Russian exhibition for machine vision industry – VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference – for the first time will be presented in the framework of the world's leading trade fair for the machine vision – VISION in Stuttgart on the 5th of November at 11.30 in Congress Center ICS of Messe Stuttgart, hall 4.1.2.

Organizers of the Russian exhibition will speak about the project role for the domestic and European industries as well as overview the market landscape and future trends. As a part of the discussion, Maxim K. Soroka, CEO of ViTec company, a system integrator in the field of modern industrial measurement and automation, will share his market vision and outline today's business realities.

Holding under support of Messe Stuttgart - the leading event partner, VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference offers foreign manufacturers of machine vision systems and technologies a clue to the Russian market and the direct access to the potential customers. The second edition of VISION Russia Pavilion & Conference will again be co-located with SEMICON Russia - the primary forum for microelectronics industry in Russia (17-18 June 2015, Expocentre, Moscow).

Presentation of the Russian machine vision platform is scheduled on the 5th of November 2014 at 11.30 in Congress Center ICS of Messe Stuttgart, hall 4.1.2, at the following address: Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH, Messepiazza 1, 70629 Stuttgart.

The complete information about the Russian event is available on the official exhibition web-site:

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