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AIA Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Korean Machine Vision Assoc.
Automated Imaging Association AIA
The two groups will exchange market data, provide mutual support for trade shows, and co-promote leading global standards.
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The Automated Imaging Association (AIA), the world’s largest machine vision trade group with more than 315 member companies from 30 nations, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Korean Machine Vision Industrial Association (KMVIA), a year-old trade association representing machine vision in Korea.

The agreement outlines a wide-range of activities on which the two associations will collaborate, including an exchange of market data, mutual support for trade shows and technical conferences, promotion of leading global standards, and promotion of member companies and their products and services.

 One of the first activities AIA will support in Korea is the KMVIA’s first trade…

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