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Paul Dempster appointed director, medical imaging and factory automation at Toshiba

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Paul Dempster has been appointed director, medical imaging and factory automation at Toshiba America's Imaging Systems Division (TAIS). Dempster will oversee sales, business development, and marketing activities for Toshiba's advanced video imaging technology and high resolution CMOS and CCD cameras, which are used extensively in surgical imaging, endoscopy, factory automation, machine vision, non-destructive testing, and specialty high-definition video applications.

Dempster has extensive experience in specialised medical and industrial video imaging applications, such as radiology, surgical imaging, and non-destructive testing. Most recently, Dempster was president of NAI Tech Products, a supplier of advanced video interface technology and digital media recording technology, used by many leading diagnostic imaging equipment manufacturers. Previously, he managed international sales for North American Imaging, a supplier of image intensifiers and medical imaging components.

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