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Integro Technologies announces new partnership

Integro Technologies

Integro Technologies, a world leader in vision integration, announced a partnership agreement with Schott-Moritex North America to develop innovative and cutting-edge products for industrial machine vision.

Machine vision, also known as vision systems, has become vital in the manufacturing industry. Increased quality control demands of consumers, manufacturers, and government regulations make the need for machine vision technology imperative. Machine vision leverages technology and experience to provide automated, image-based inspection and analysis for applications such as gauging, reading text, process control and robot guidance.

Schott-Moritex is a leading global supplier of illumination and imaging components for machine vision applications, from system design to integrated lighting and imaging system solutions.

“Our partnership with Schott-Moritex indicates a state-of-the-art collaboration to advance the machine vision industry. Together, our cutting-edge technology exceeds our clients’ expectations, and the quality of our vision systems is unsurpassed. Schott-Moritex’s experience and expertise is unmatched, and by joining forces, we will provide unique and well-packaged solutions for a number of industries,” said Shawn Campion, president of Integro Technologies.

The partnership between Integro Technologies and Schott-Moritex signals an exceptional, innovative collaboration unequivocally advancing the machine vision industry to new heights.

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