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Automated Imaging Association Releases Quarterly Machine Vision Sales Tracking Report

Automated Imaging Association (AIA) has released a new sales tracking report titled ‘Quarterly Machine Vision Sales Tracking Report’. According to the report, sales of machine vision parts and systems in North America have shown robust sales in the third quarter  of 2010.

The main machine-vision supplier markets comprising application-specific machine vision systems, software, cameras, optics, lighting, imaging boards and smart cameras were posted better sales results.

The latest report also revealed that about 68% of companies being tracked by the report are expecting an increase in sales in the coming six reportable months including the fourth quarter  of 2010 through the first quarter of 2011. For the coming six reportable months, about 28% of the companies are expecting sales equivalent or close to the sales registered in the third quarter  of 2010, while 4% of the companies are anticipating a decrease in sales.

The Director of Market Analysis at AIA, Paul Kellett , said that the Association anticipates the revival would continue no less  for the coming six months based on  industry estimations. AIA also offers reports regularly under the title ‘Market Data and Trends’ that discusses the economical trends and strength of the machine vision industry. AIA was established in 1984 and its members are over 280 machine vision users, system integrators, suppliers, researchers and consulting companies from 30 nations.

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