Canon EXPO

by Mark Rowe

Canon Europe, the imaging product company, is showcasing its latest and future B2B technologies at Canon EXPO in Paris from Tuesday to Thursday, October 13 to 15. The firm says that the technologies on display give insight into its B2B strategy and target growth areas – such as 3D printing, graphic arts and network cameras.

Attendees can see the brand’s commitment to building what the firm calls customer-centric solutions that address true business needs, such as improving workflows and productivity. Canon’s most recently launched solutions are on display in real-life work-place scenarios, demonstrating how they are used by businesses today and what will be possible.

For example, on show for the first time in Europe is Canon’s concept high-sensitivity network camera with ultra-telephoto lens. This high-magnification lens makes it possible to achieve eight times the level of brightness of conventional telephoto network camera models, meaning that clear and accurate monitoring and filming is possible in extremely low light, without the need for infrared imaging, the makers say.

Canon is highlighting what it terms network visual solutions (NVS) as a key area for future growth over the next five years. Canon Group companies Axis and Milestone are demonstrating their offerings, as well as how working together will bring customers more innovation and value.

Jacco Leurs, Canon Europe’s Head of Network Visual Solutions, says: “Canon’s new group companies, Axis and Milestone, will play pivotal roles in helping achieve our global ambition in the surveillance market. They bring a wealth of experience, customers, partners, technologies and solutions. Canon’s global investment in network visual solutions reinforces our commitment to the industry and to strengthening our research and development in this area over the next five years and beyond.”

The EXPO will show how NVS might be used in such diverse application areas such as tourism and sport.

Jeppe Frandsen, Head of the Production Printing Group at Canon Europe, says: “Canon EXPO is a fantastic opportunity for us to meet with customers and partners to showcase the broad range of our existing technologies, but also give visitors insight into the incredible new solutions that are currently being developed by our R&D teams across the globe.

“All of our new and future technologies are designed with our customers in mind and are developed to address specific industry needs, from improving manufacturing processes to increasing productivity and streamlining workflows.”

Those unable to attend Canon EXPO can experience the technology concepts and imaging solutions virtually and read the highlights from the event here:

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