AIA

By Josh Bond · June 9, 2016
Despite declines, machine vision market in North America saw growth over year-end 2015 levels; 56% of industry experts expect upward turn in the next six months.
By MMH Staff · April 28, 2016
Growth in non-automotive industries soars, robot sales for materials handling applications up 6%.
By MMH Staff · March 2, 2016
Leading growth categories for machine vision components in 2015 were lighting (16%), imaging boards (10%), and software (4%).
By MMH Staff · February 12, 2016
Materials handling among fastest-growing segments as 2015 orders increased 14% in units and 11% in dollars over 2014's record year.
By MMH Staff · December 1, 2015
First nine months concludes with 13% contraction in sales of machine vision systems, market expected to stay flat for next two quarters.
By MMH Staff · September 16, 2015
Machine vision systems category saw a year over year increase of 18% to $1.0 billion.
By MMH Staff · June 24, 2015
Machine vision systems and components grew 22% in the first quarter.
By MMH Staff · June 17, 2015
Association adjusts its focus following merger with SMMA, The Motor & Motion Association.
By MMH Staff · December 11, 2014
Sales post best nine month start since tracking began in 2009.
By MMH Staff · May 28, 2014
Components, cameras, lighting and software each up by 25% or more.
By MMH Staff · February 26, 2014
Robotics Industries Association to host a full-day workshop on collaborative robots -- those that can work directly alongside human counterparts.
By MMH Staff · January 2, 2014
MCA was founded in late 2006 with only a handful of members. Membership increased 40% in 2013 alone.
By MMH Staff · December 4, 2013
Experts predict continued growth in coming months.
By MMH Staff · July 22, 2013
Association for Advancing Automation president Jeff Burnstein to speak at July 25 briefing.
By MMH Staff · February 4, 2013
A3 is the umbrella trade association for RIA, AIA, and MCA.
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In the wildly unstable ocean cargo carrier arena, three major consortia are fighting for market share, with some players simply hanging on for survival. Meanwhile, shippers may expect deployment shifts as a consequence of the Panama Canal expansion.
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