Camera series scoops international design award

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Basler’s scout and pioneer camera series have won the 2007 iF Product Design Award in the ‘Industry/Buildings’ category.

The iF Design Award, now in its 53rd year, is internationally renowned, and attracts 1,800 entries from 30 different countries in all areas of design such as furniture, lifestyle, medicine and transport.

The housing design of the two camera series was developed in close collaboration with award-winning design agency Bachorski Design. The products were judged on design quality, workmanship, choice of materials, innovation, environmental friendliness, ergonomics, and functionality.

The award was presented to Basler on 15 March: the first day of the CeBIT IT exhibition in Hanover. An exhibition accompanying the awards is on view until August at the Hanover Trade Fair Exhibition Centre.

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