On June, 1st, our traditional in-house exhibition will start again at Köll-Reisiek. Details can be found looking at the flyer below. Only 45 visitors can join this event, so please register asap, because: who comes first, …
Find here the address to join the ISW-fair: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Additionally, this year we offer a Bavarian delicacy: our partner, Stemmer Imaging, will hold a seminar on “basics of image processing” on Mai, 31 and June, 2nd, resp. For each day, the number of participants is limited to 20 people. So hurry up to be part of it!
Here you can join the Stemmer Workshop: http://www.stemmer-imaging.de/de/schulungen/isw-workshop-industrielle-bildverarbeitung/
Looking forward to meet you!
The exhibition is closed, the workshops are done: all participants gave an extremely poitive feedback on input and organization to ISW. This stimulates us to have a short review.
The workshops given by our partner Stemmer Imaging GmbH found a high resonance and were judged as well-organized. All participants told us to have had very positive and useful input to use their new know-how for daily work. Many thanks to Mr. Fermum and Dr. Henzler from Stemmer for this!
Our annual in-house exhibition “Open Lab 2016” took place under best – even climatic – conditions.
ISW-CEO Thomas Wichmann welcomed all participants and promised a lot of news. He also reviewed almost 25 years of history of ISW and technology as well, shown by some real samples. Early cellular phones could be seen as well as chunky cameras out of the early 90s.
The whole day followed the agenda given without any problems. Thanks to the ISW organizational team, they did a great job! The physical well-being was supported by the team of “Wolfswache”, using their food-truck to offer pulled meat in special shortbreads. Great food, as everybody said.
At the end of the day all participants took a lot of new impressions with them and were happy to have been here. Many thanks go to the speakers for their impressive presentations: Mr. Fermum and Dr. Henzler from Stemmer, Mr. Linden from GS1 and Mr. Müllender from KBA metronic!
In his closing speech, Thomas Wichmann thanked all participants and speakers and – together with his wife and co-CEO Angelika Wichmann – looked forward to meet them again next year – or earlier at the VISION 2016 in Stuttgart, if needed. The whole team of ISW is looking forward to this!