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Allied Vision Technologies turns 20

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Allied Vision Technologies, which manufactures digital cameras for industrial imaging, celebrated its twentieth anniversary on 6 March 2009. The company was founded in 1989 as Manfred Sticksel CCD Kameratechnik in Alzenau, Germany. The founder established himself within the German market as an importer and distributor of analogue cameras and components for industrial imaging.

Renamed Allied Vision Technologies in 2001, the company has evolved from being a distributor into a camera developer and manufacturer that has made a name for itself in digital technology. Headquartered in Stadtroda, Germany it is one of the leading manufacturers worldwide of cameras for industrial imaging, now employing over 130 people at four locations in Germany, the US and Canada.

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