October trade shows invitations

Sep 6, 2022 | News

Test our products up close, and get first-hand information about new arrivals.  Welcome to our October events!

4th – 6th, October

VISION 2022

Messe Stuttgart, Germany

SenS 1280 at Booth #10B24

Are you heading to Stuttgart for VISION 2022 from Oct 4th – 6th? We will be there showing our state-of-art SWIR portfolio for machine vision & industrial applications. Secure your free entry code now and visit our Booth #10B24!

Schedule an appointment for a discussion at our booth during the trade show! We look forward to your visit!

11th- 13th, October

The Vision Show

Boston, MA, USA

Join us at #532, we can’t wait to see you there!

 NIT will showcase the latest products, and provide opportunities to meet and discuss in person all ambitious and innovative projects with the team at North America’s leading trade show and conference for vision and imaging solutions – The VISION Show. 

If you want to meet a certain member of our team, shoot them an email and organize a time to catch up.

18th- 20th, October

Optatec

Frankfurt, Germany

Join us at booth B106 – Hall 8 – Optatec 2022

This is a great chance for you to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion about the various application possibilities of the NIT complete range of SWIR cameras and sensors.

Book your booth appointment now to save precious time on-site.

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