Framos to distribute Datalogic vision sensors and cameras

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Framos now distributes products from Datalogic Automation, including the A20, A30, T2x and T4x camera series.

Dr Ronald Müller, head of product marketing at Framos, said: ‘Our market analysis has shown that customers in Europe have a considerable need for easy-to-programme, efficient but affordable smart cameras, vision sensors and vision processors. We can now readily satisfy this demand with Datalogic products.’

Datalogics vision sensors, smart cameras and PCs designed for image processing tasks can be programmed using a graphic programming interface called Impact. The means users can carry out image processing without knowledge of programming languages.

‘The machine vision area is of central importance to our global growth,’ said Donato Montanari of Datalogic Automation. ‘We are investing massively in the further development of new, high-performance smart cameras and the ongoing expansion of the Impact software library.

'In America and Asia, Datalogic already set the standard in many application areas. We are happy to have secured Framos as one of the strongest sales partners in the European image processing industry and are already seeing the first signs of success of this collaboration.’

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