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Multipix Imaging turns 15

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Multipix Imaging has celebrated its 15th anniversary. It was formed in 1997 as a distributor of machine vision components. It remains a privately owned company with the commitment to educate and support the machine vision industry.

Multipix offers a complete range of industrial vision components including GigE Vision, USB 3.0, Camera Link and CoaXPress cameras. Multipix also supplies frame grabbers, image processing libraries, and smart cameras.

With ISO9001 accreditation, part of the ongoing commitment is that the company continually reviews procedures, ensuring development of skills and maintaining standards to achieve operational excellence that benefits both Multipix Imaging and its customers.

Dr. Olaf Munkelt, managing director of MVTec Software, commented: ‘More than twelve years ago, Multipix and MVTec entered into a business and personal relationship which since then have been deepened and broadened in many ways. We highly value Multipix's excellent competence to address the needs of the machine vision market in the UK. MVTec thanks and congratulates Multipix to its 15-year anniversary. From our point of view, Multipix is the best partner to promote MVTec software products in the UK.’

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