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Point Grey Research relocates corporate headquarters

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Point Grey Research, a provider of advanced digital camera systems, has relocated its corporate headquarters in Vancouver to a substantially larger (41,000 sq ft), more modern facility in Richmond, Canada.

'Moving to the new facility directly supports our plans for future growth in North America, Europe and Asia,' said Vladimir Tucakov, director of sales and marketing at Point Grey. 'We are excited about having significantly more manufacturing and production space, which allows us to have larger clean room, assembly and testing facilities; room for future SMT line expansion; and an enhanced prototyping area.'

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