Allied Vision Technologies 25th birthday

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Allied Vision Technologies (AVT) celebrates its 25th birthday on 3 February 2014. Founded in 1989 in Alzenau, a small city close to Frankfurt in Germany, under the origional name Manfred Sticksel CCD-Kameratechnik, the company started as an importer and distributor of digital cameras for industrial image processing.

AVT later became a camera manufacturer for machine vision applications and now has R&D, production and sales sites in Germany, North America and Asia. It offers one of the widest product portfolios in the market, ranging from conventional industrial to advanced infrared vision cameras.

‘We are very proud of what Allied Vision Technologies has achieved in 25 years’, said Frank Grube, president & CEO of the company. ‘Our success is the result of the commitment and expertise of our 254 employees as well as our trusted distribution partners worldwide.’

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