Artificial vision for a sustainable and competitive industry

Artificial Vision represents a sector with a large potential for development, especially in the context of the green and digital industry. The processing and recognition of images, objects and people is made possible by the combination of hardware and software systems for machine vision, and the benefits that these technologies bring to the industrial sector are increasingly appreciated and sought after. The objectivity of quality controls, the increase in production efficiency, the reduction of labor costs, the constant tracking of processes: these are just some of the advantages of use in the automation of industrial processes.

Driven by this awareness, ANIE Automazione and the main suppliers of artificial vision solutions have been collaborating for years in a synergistic way to carry out activities aimed at developing technology on the national market. With this in mind, ANIE Automazione promotes the Italian Machine Vision Forum – Artificial Vision for a sustainable and competitive industry, a conference exhibition organized in collaboration with Messe Frankfurt Italia to be held in Padua on November 18, 2022.

Format of the event

Italian Machine Vision Forum is an opportunity for discussion between the players in the Artificial Vision supply chain: suppliers of components and systems meet machine manufacturers and end users to present the most innovative technological solutions available on the market and future technological developments that they will affect industry and services.

The conference sessions see the alternation of interventions by producers, integrators and distributors of technologies for Artificial Vision under the moderation of authoritative exponents of the academic and industrial world. In the exhibition area, it is possible to explore the technological and application aspects dealt with in the conferences with professionals in the sector.

Conference sessions

OPENING session

Although Artificial Vision is a mature sector in industry and services, it has ample room for development thanks to technological trends related to Advanced Manufacturing and Artificial Intelligence.

Zero-defect production, component size reduction and the use of increasingly automated, efficient and flexible production methods drive the diffusion of Vision Machines in Italian industrial realities. At the same time, new approaches, new methodologies and innovative technological solutions are born and there is considerable room for improving performance while new applications become possible.

During the plenary session, authoritative figures from the industrial and academic world will discuss the role and opportunities for the development of technological solutions for computer vision, introducing the issues that will be explored by the suppliers of components and systems for artificial vision during the conference sessions .


The evolution of the manufacturing and process industry is strongly conditioned by the use of digital and sustainable technologies. In this context, Machine Vision plays a leading role by allowing you to detect defects and imperfections, constantly monitor and improve production processes, and optimize the use of resources. Among the new technological trends emerge, in particular, Deep Learning techniques in the creation of industrial applications, multispectral and hyperspectral cameras, three-dimensional vision, the spread of applications with embedded systems, progress in the field of liquid lenses and systems HDR shooting.


The complexity of the tasks to be performed and the demand for the highest quality and reliability of the results make it essential to support companies that follow the customer from the initial analysis of its application to the final proposal of the most appropriate solution. Generally used with quality control and product traceability functions along the entire production chain, thanks to the functionality and high computing power, Artificial Vision can be used in unlimited sectors. To name a few: robotics, agriculture, augmented reality, medical, biometric, pollution monitoring, facial recognition, security and surveillance.