MVTec announces new distributor in Israel

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German machine vision software specialist MVTec has announced that its products will be distributed in Israel by OpteamX , based in Azor, near Tel Aviv. Besides the distribution of the company's Halcon and ActivVisionTools, OpteamX will also provide high-level technical support for MVTec's software products.

OpteamX, which NVTec describes as a leading distributor of imaging components, decided to complete its product portfolio by adding MVTec's sophisticated software. Maya Fryszer, CEO of OpteamX, stated that there is a significant growth in machine vision applications in Israel and OpteamX is excited to offer MVTec's state-of-the-art software tools to their customers. 'We will now be able to offer not only excellent machine vision components, but a complete package of machine vision solution that includes MVTec's software tools', she added.

'Israel is an outstanding industrial market in the Near East,' says Dr Olaf Munkelt, MVTec's managing director. 'Thus, MVTec expands its sales activities also in this important country. We are sure that OpteamX will meet our requirements in a distinguished way.'

The OpteamX distribution and support team will be trained by MVTec to become also a member of the company's certified training partner programme.

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