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AIA Releases Quarterly Machine Vision Sales Tracking Report

Automated Imaging Association has released the ‘Quarterly Machine Vision Sales Tracking Report’, showcasing the recovery of the North American machine vision market.

It has reported that the second quarter of 2010 features 60% increase in sales of machine vision systems and components when compared with the sales revenue of the previous year’s same period. Also in contrast to the first quarter of this year, second quarter reveals 20% increase in sales, thereby showcasing a positive trend in the current year’s market revival.

It was also reported that vigorous sales had occurred in all principal machine vision segments like application-specific machine vision systems, lighting, imaging boards, optics, smart cameras and software.

AIA has revealed that 65% of the companies which took part in their report anticipate an improvement in sales in the next half of 2010 over the second quarter outcomes of this year. Around 30% of the companies expect that their sales will be around their second quarter sales volume and 5% expect sales to decrease in the second half of 2010.

Kellett, AIA’s Director of Market Analysis has stated that these results clearly depict the successful recovery of the machine vision industries through the second quarter of this year. He added that this revival will continue with a pronounced growth in the next half of this year provided the predictions of the companies are true.

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