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New Brazilian distributor for Matrox Imaging

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Matrox Imaging has appointed InviSys SVC as the official Matrox Imaging distributor in Brazil. InviSys will be selling Matrox Imaging's complete line of hardware and software components for industrial and scientific imaging applications.

‘Brazil’s economy stands out in South America, and its expansion means there is great potential for the machine vision market,’ explains Sam Lopez, Matrox Imaging sales manager for Europe and South America.

Alessandro Koerich, vice president of business at InviSys, agrees: ‘The manufacturing sector is key to Brazil’s economy and very few facilities have automated inspection systems. Companies are looking to modernise, so we expect the market to recognise the benefits and long-term cost savings of machine vision.’

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