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Smart Vision Lights Announces First Innovative Illumination Summit

Muskegon, Michigan – Smart Vision Lights, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-brightness LED lights for industrial applications, is pleased to announce the inaugural Innovative Illumination Summit, scheduled for June 8-10, 2016, in Traverse City, Mich.

Attendees can look forward to industry and market presentations from the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), Tech Talks that focus on the latest lighting technology and machine vision methods, and application presentations from engineers both inside and outside of Smart Vision Lights. All of these presentations will be delivered at no cost to attendees over two-and-a-half days at one of Michigan’s finest resorts, the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa on the shores of Lake Michigan.

The Summit will also offer AIA basic and advanced Certified Vision Professional (CVP) testing, networking opportunities, outdoor events, and more. Additionally, attendees are invited to present their own uses of Smart Vision Lights’ LED arrays, with cash prizes going to the top-judged applications.

Bob Steinke, former servant leader of DVT and recipient of the “Inventor of the Smart Camera” award by A3, will serve as the Summit’s keynote speaker. Bob’s motivational energy will provide for a presentation not to be missed.

Registration is now open. For more information, go to http://smartvisionlights.com/innovative-illumination-summit.

About Smart Vision Lights

Smart Vision Lights (Muskegon, Mich.) is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-brightness LED lights for industrial applications, including machine vision. Smart Vision Lights products come with universal internal current-control drivers, offering constant or strobed operation, reduced wiring requirements, and easy installation. Smart Vision Lights products also are the safest on the market thanks to the company’s in-house IEC 62741 light-testing laboratory, guaranteeing conformity and compliance for your lighting systems, regardless of where they are installed around the globe. Learn more at SmartVisionLights.com or by calling (231) 722-1199 in the U.S.

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