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Notavis established as subsidiary of Vision Components

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Vision Components has established a new subsidiary, Notavis. The company provides intelligent cameras, lenses, lighting, software and, if required, specially developed enclosures. These complete packages are designed for one or several specific inspection tasks, such as completeness checks, thereby minimising in-house development effort for users.

Unlike system integrators who implement projects for individual applications, Notavis develops suitable cross-sector solutions for series applications. Notavis' clients are mainly OEMs, for instance in the semiconductor industry. Rob Paffen, a VC partner from the Netherlands who has extensive know-how about the implementation of machine vision solutions, is head of the software and solutions division.

'Vision Components will remain a supplier of intelligent cameras and basic software, while Notavis provides the next step, i.e. a complete product for series development,' explained Jan-Erik Schmitt, VC's vice president of sales. 'This approach allows us to take our customer service to a new level.'

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