Prosilica integrated into AVT Group

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One year after the takeover of Prosilica by Allied Vision Technologies (AVT), the Canadian company has been fully integrated into the AVT Group.

Prosilica, with headquarters in Burnaby, Vancouver, Canada, will be another North American location for AVT USA (Newburyport, MA). The division's focus will be on independent development and assembly within the AVT Group.

The Prosilica series GC, GE, GS, GB and GX will take on the red colour for which AVT is known, and will carry the brand name Allied Vision Technologies. The Prosilica name will remain for these camera families alongside the AVT Pike, Stingray, Guppy, and other new cameras developed after the integration will get names typical of AVT, such as the new AVT Manta.

'With the integration of Prosilica's cameras, we can offer Prosilica and AVT customers more advantages: more innovation, more products and more market success, all under the AVT name,' commented Frank Grube, president and CEO of Allied Vision Technologies.

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