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  • Supplier Profile
    Aplik is a company devoted to technological research and the application of the developed solutions. Aplik in its strategical plan defined three technological areas to work in: Artificial Vision,...
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    KRIA team has contributed to the company’s wealth of expertise in Computer Vision project management with long-standing experience in application fields as diverse as high-end video surveillance and...
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    Evershed Robotics Limited have been designing and manufacturing robotic  and automation systems since the early 1980's. We have numerous systems in many applications including assembly handling,...
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    Machine Vision Consulting is a full service machine vision integrator providing consulting, product solutions, custom projects and training in support of manufacturing and OEMs, in the machine vision...
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    ACT Robots, Inc. provides integrated robotic solutions. ACT Robots has succesfully integrated and now offers 2D and 3D vision and other scanning systems in our robotic cell. The applications included...
  • News - 15 Oct 2015
    Evana Automation Specialists, a leading Systems Integrator and builder of custom, automated assembly and test systems, recently shipped a dual press assembly cell for keyless entry remotes to a...
  • News - 11 Mar 2013
    Ricoh Americas Corporation today announced the merger of two divisions and their product portfolios to improve the experience of customers who buy its business-to-business cameras and lenses. The...
  • News - 23 Sep 2010
    Sentient, a provider of computer vision technology solutions, has partnered with Insitu Pacific for incorporating Kestrel, Insitu’s vision system into the EO/IR sensors of Insitu’s...
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    The systems use state-of-the-art technology, including integrated robotics, vision systems, line tracking, inspection with automatic reject, and real-time data acquisition.
  • News - 11 Feb 2015
    Life science researchers seeking to bolster their automated workflows with a self-correcting, learning robot can now employ a new four-axis “selective compliance articulated robot arm,” or...