An outlook for machine vision in 2005

The Automated Imaging Association (AIA) has conducted a series of interviews with leading industry professionals who offered their predictions on machine vision market performance in 2005, market opportunities and market trends.

The Automated Imaging Association (AIA) has conducted a series of interviews with leading industry professionals who offered their predictions on machine vision market performance in 2005, market opportunities and market trends.

Their answers touched on topics ranging from
the next generation of machine vision technologies and applications, predictions about competitive advantages, the expansion of the industrial machine vision market, and the creation of new market opportunities for fundamental machine vision technology.
  • How will the machine vision market perform in 2005?
  • What factors will account for this?
  • Where will the opportunities lie?
  • Will China represent an opportunity?
  • What factors generally will drive opportunities for the machine vision industry, and which machine vision market segments and products will be the leading performers?
  • What major obstacles to growth will emerge, intensify or lessen?
  • What role will technology play in driving demand for machine vision equipment?
  • How will the greater economy affect demand for MV equipment?
  • And are there any new, market-related or technological developments that we should look for in 2005?

The following industry experts responded to the AIA's questions. Click on the links below to read their responses:

Bob Settle, Director of Marketing, DVT
Click here to view his responses

Dietmar Ley, CEO, Basler Vision AG
Click here to view his responses

John Stack, President/COO, Edmund Optics
Click here to view his responses.

Terry Guy, Product Marketing Manager, Eastman Kodak
Click here to view his responses.

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