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Neil Sandhu appointed new chairman of UKIVA

Neil Sandhu appointed new chairman of UKIVA

Neil Sandhu, product manager for imaging, measurement, ranging and systems at Sick UK has formally been appointed chairman of UKIVA during the vision association’s online AGM. Sandhu takes over from Allan Anderson, managing director at ClearView Imaging, who had completed a two-year cycle as chairman.

Anderson was elected at the same meeting to once again become Vice Chairman. Sandhu paid tribute to Anderson’s contribution, saying: “Allan has done a superb job in taking the Association forward. In particular, he has been hugely instrumental in establishing UKIVA’s Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition as a major event in the machine vision calendar. I am also delighted that Allan will continue to serve the Association and that we will be working together again during my period in office.”

Sandhu is a well-established member of the UKIVA committee and brings a wealth of experience to his new role. Looking ahead, he continued: “The UK vision industry faces many challenges going forward, both as we emerge from the constraints of the Coronavirus pandemic and as we adapt to the new trading arrangements with the EU. However, with these challenges come many opportunities.

“Throughout 2020, even in the most demanding economic conditions, the need for greater automation in manufacturing sectors and reductions in workforce availability have led to a surge of interest in machine vision. The extensive range of established and versatile vision technology already in use in a variety of different industries can be readily adapted to meet these emerging requirements.”

The other members of the UKIVA committee were also re-elected at the meeting. They comprise representatives from: Acrovision, Alrad Imaging, Bytronic Automation, FT System, IDS, JentonDimaco, Mettler-Toledo Safeline, Multipix Imaging, Scorpion Vision and Stemmer Imaging.

 

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