AIA launches machine vision study
May 2, 2012
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
AIA, the association representing vision suppliers, system integrators, users, researchers and consulting firms from 32 countries, has released its first-ever study of the worldwide machine vision market for cameras. The seven-chapter study contains a detailed market description, a retail pricing analysis, a sales analysis and a trend analysis.
The study is designed to answer a host of questions such as: How is the market changing? What are the sweet spots in the market? What product features are the most popular? What geographic regions are contributing the most sales? What factors determine retail pricing? How do different types of cameras compare in terms of their pricing, demand, market penetration and rates of growth?
“We’re pleased to provide meaningful answers with our data analyses that will aid machine vision companies in their sales efforts,” said Paul Kellett, AIA’s director of market analysis.
The intended audience for this study is camera manufacturers and suppliers, manufacturers and distributors of other machine vision components, system integrators and the financial investment community.
The Machine Vision Camera Market Study is available for $550 US to AIA members and $950 US for non-members. For more information, visit www.VisionOnline.org/bookstore.
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