Integro Technologies named MVTec certified integration partner

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Integro Technologies, a vision integrator in Salisbury, North Carolina, has been named a certified integration partner for MVTec.

Integro has joined a group of only six partners in North America. Certified Integration Partners are permitted to integrate MVTec software into their machine vision systems.

MVTec Software is an international manufacturer of software for machine vision used in all demanding areas of imaging: semiconductor industry, web inspection, quality control, and inspection applications.

‘The partnership with MVTec dramatically increases Integro’s 2D and 3D machine vision algorithm arsenal and supported 3D imaging platforms including laser, WLI, stereoscopic, and Moire/fringe analysis,’ said Shawn Campion, president of Integro Technologies. ‘This partnership further broadens our application solution range for a variety of industries in North America and for our international clients.’

John Campbell, North American sales manager for MVTec, commented: ‘Integro Technologies has proven their proficiency in solving complex 2D and 3D machine vision challenges from a variety of industries using the MVTec Halcon software. Equipped with the comprehensive and performance-optimised capabilities of Halcon, Integro Technologies is well positioned to address the full spectrum of machine vision challenges and open new doors for machine vision automation across many industries.’

Further Information

www.integro-tech.com

www.mvtec.com 

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