Point Grey celebrates 15th anniversary

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Point Grey, a manufacturer of industrial digital cameras, is celebrating 15 years in business. Founded in 1997, Point Grey has evolved from a handful of university students to a thriving global business. The company has grown to offer a portfolio of over 115 camera models used in a variety of industries including machine vision, bioscience, traffic, and GIS.

The company is currently expanding its headquarters in Richmond, BC, Canada. ‘What started out 15 years ago has organically grown into a flourishing business with 150 people in five international offices with a reputation for quality and unbeatable price-performance,’ said Rod Barman, Point Grey co-founder and president. ‘We are all very proud of this milestone and are grateful to our employees, customers, distributors, partners for their support and commitment over the years.’

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