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AIA re-elects board members

Four members of AIA’s board of directors have been re-elected to serve new two year terms. Ghislain Beaupré, vice president of R&D and operations at Teledyne Dalsa; Wallace Latimer, sales director at Fisba; Dr Rex Lee, CEO of Pyramid Imaging; and Edward Roney, national account manager of intelligent robotics at Fanuc America have all been re-elected.

‘I am excited for this opportunity to serve on the AIA board of directors for another term,’ said Ghislain Beaupré, vice president of R&D and operations at Teledyne Dalsa. ‘I am pleased to be one of your representatives to shape the future of our industry and ensure its expansion for the benefit of all the members.’

‘I am very pleased that my colleagues in the AIA family have seen fit to allow me to continue progressing their interest and needs within the AIA board of directors,’ said Wallace Latimer, sales director for customised optical systems at Fisba. ‘I believe that the organisation is delivering a valuable product and look forward to enhancements and new member focused benefits to come. I am excited to continue my efforts and involvement in the future of AIA and its member companies.’

The other 2017 members of the AIA board of directors include: Marc Marini, director of national instruments and chair of the AIA board; AIA president Jeff Burnstein; past AIA board chair Steve Mott, vice president of Components Express; Dave Curley, vice president of marketing and sales at Pleora Technologies; Greg Hollows, imaging business unit director at Edmund Optics; John Merva, vice president of Gardasoft; Rusty Ponce de Leon, president of Phase 1 Technology; and Steve Wardell, director of imaging at ATS Automation.

The re-elections have come during a period of all-time high membership for the world’s largest vision and imaging trade group. AIA plays a key role in helping to grow the global marketplace by providing education and promoting vision throughout the world.

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