Industrial Vision Systems launches 2019 company brochure with a host of new technologies

Industrial Vision Systems (IVS®), a supplier of vision inspection machines and solutions to industry, is pleased to announce the release of its new 2019 corporate brochure. This 16-page, full-colour brochure presents a sample of the corporation’s strong machine vision products, coupled with the range of inspection machines available from the IVS® portfolio.

The company, based at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire, is using the brochure to provide an insight for readers into its latest developments, training services, and new products which includes Sorting Machines, Thermal Imaging Inspection and Robot Inspection Cells for next generation automated inspection.

The brochure is designed to ensure that readers are provided with information on how IVS® inspection machines recognise, measure, and monitor at dynamic speeds at ultra-high definition levels. Customers around the globe rely on IVS® systems and machinery for robust, automated visual inspection of their manufacturing processes. IVS® machines provide warranty and brand protection, stop fines from customers and consumers, while increasing manufacturing quality.

IVS Director, Earl Yardley comments: “Our new brochure is designed to provide both current and prospective customers with a preview into our very latest vision system capabilities. We have at our disposal vast experience in industrial image processing which comes in the form of a large team of vision engineering specialists who together offer an extraordinary range of capability in machine vision technology and industrial automation. We continue to strengthen our machine portfolio to cover the very latest machine vision algorithms, allowing us to leverage the most up-to-date vision technology for 2019. This visual brochure provides a glimpse into our latest developments, product launches, and application areas.”

To download a copy of the brochure, please visit:
IVS Product Overview PDF


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