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in situ signs PSI contract with Cognex

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The Munich-based company in-situ, machine vision specialist and last year's winner of the Vision Award at the Vision Trade Fair in Stuttgart, has signed a PSI contract (Partner System Integrator) with Cognex. By signing the contract, in-situ aims to intensify the integration of Cognex based systems in the near future.

'We've [in situ] been working for more than eight years with Cognex vision sensors, and by signing this contract the collaboration has taken on a new dimension. We want to rely on the stability of Cognex systems in the long term, and thereby combine our long lasting experience in machine vision with well-engineered hardware and stable algorithms. We provide complete solutions based on a perfect hardware foundation,' said Rainer Obergrußberger, managing director of in-situ.

in-situ has solved numerous applications in a wide range of industries, particularly through using Cognex's InSight smart cameras, and with the recent integration of the Cognex PC platform Vision Pro, in-situ has enlarged its product range.

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