As the demand for individualization is ever-increasing, products become platforms with ecosystems built around them. Integration is the key of such ecosystems. Mechatronics is characterized by its unique integrated view and understanding of systems. Machine vision complements mechatronics by supplying environmental information much needed for acting intelligently. Increasing computing power and decreasing sensor and actuator costs enable artificial intelligence methods to be deployed for consumer and industrial use. The 25th edition of the Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice (M2VIP) Conference aims to explore how the latest advances in mechatronics, machine vision and artificial intelligence shape the way products and production systems are designed, developed, manufactured (or implemented) and deployed. Thus, this conference provides a forum for researchers, academics and students to exchange and present their latest results and best practices.
All the papers presented at the conference will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for consideration of publication.