Allied Vision Technologies offers a wide range of machine vision cameras with FireWire and Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) interface. AVT is the supplier of choice for cameras used for industrial inspection, automation, medical imaging, scientific research, traffic monitoring, security, and many other demanding applications.
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NIWeek 2014: AVT to Highlight Manta GigE Cameras with Sony IMX174 CMOS Sensors
Allied Vision Technologies Records Historic Sales Performance in First Half of 2014
Allied Vision Technologies to Exhibit at The AIA Vision Show 2014
Vision China 2014: AVT to Highlight Goldeye Short-Wave IR Camera for Advanced Imaging Applications
Allied Vision Technologies Continues to Grow through 25 Years
AVT Debuts Mako Ultra-Compact Digital Cameras for Machine Vision Applications
E3TAM’s Innovative Machine Vision System Relies on AVT Cameras
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Automated Inspection and Sorting System Optically Inspects Dates
AVT to Exhibit Latest Machine Vision Cameras at Vision China Show
Allied Vision Technologies Displays a Selection of Cameras at Automate 2013
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