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Vision Components appoints director of business development for North and South America

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Mariann Király joins Vision Components as Director of Business Development for North and South America. She takes over for Endre Tóth who will remain available for customers over an extended handover period but in the future will develop the spin-off Carrida ALPR/ANPR business further. Mariann Király is an experienced professional in the machine vision and computer vision industry. She previously oversaw the development of LED lighting solutions for vision applications at CCS America, Inc. For five years before joining Vision Components, she was Senior Account Manager at Midwest Optical Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of optics for machine vision. As Director of Business Development, Mariann Király will focus on customer care and acquisition, and overseeing sales and marketing activities.

Vision Components established its US office in 1999, maintaining close partnerships with distributors and service partners in the Americas ever since. Headquartered in Germany, Vision Components specializes in intelligent, network-compatible cameras and embedded vision systems that are able to operate without a PC. The product portfolio includes board cameras and rugged camera models with ARM processors and VC Linux firmware. The manufacturer also develops custom-tailored hardware and software vision solutions for a wide range of inspection and automation tasks and provides software libraries for many applications such as motion capture, decoding, measurement, and positioning.