UKIVA welcomes two new members

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The UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA) has two new members: Spiral Scratch and Scorpion Vision.

UKIVA director, Don Braggins, said: ‘The association is delighted to have two new members involved in such different applications of vision. It really emphasises the diversity of image processing applications. In fact, Scorpion Vision has evolved from a former member, DISL, so we are pleased to have them back in the fold.’

 

Spiral Scratch is based in North Wales and is a developer and supplier of innovative game control systems for the home computer entertainment market. Its novel controllers are designed to be intuitive, fun and easy-to-use making for a better gaming experience through the application of advanced wireless and imaging technology.

Scorpion Vision specialises in image processing software, specifically for machine vision and works closely with Tordivel AS of Norway and Tordivel AB of Sweden. In addition to Scorpion Vision Software, the company is also the UK distributor for PixeLINK industrial and life science cameras and for Unibrain 1394 products. It can offer complete packages for any industrial imaging application.

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