Microscan celebrates 30th anniversary

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Microscan, a provider of barcode, vision, and lighting technologies, is celebrating 30 years in the auto-ID and machine vision business. The company began in 1982 producing barcode reading solutions.

The 2008 acquisition of Siemens’ Machine Vision business rounded out Microscan’s portfolio of track, trace, and control products to include a complete line of barcode, machine vision, and machine vision lighting technologies.

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