Siemens Dematic Electronics Assembly Systems receives "Golden Camera" award
APRIL 14--Siemens Dematic Electronics Assembly Systems (Stadtroda, Germany) received the "Golden Camera" award from Allied Vision Technologies (AVT; www.alliedvisiontec.com).
APRIL 14--Siemens Dematic Electronics Assembly Systems (Stadtroda, Germany) received the "Golden Camera" award from Allied Vision Technologies (AVT; www.alliedvisiontec.com) for 20,000 high-precision cameras of one system shipped to Siplace and as thanks for many years of successful cooperation with AVT. "We are very proud of the Golden Camera and view it as an expression of our cooperation with AVT for our customers' ultimate benefit," said Helmut Preßl, commercial director of Siemens Dematic EA.
"Our long cooperation with Siemens is characterized by working together on intelligent and innovative solutions. We've had jobs that seemed impossible as far as delivery volume and speed were concerned, but we completed them successfully," confirmed Frank Grube, president of AVT. "The partnership between AVT and Siemens Dematic has shown a resilience, sometimes under difficult conditions, that bodes well for the future."
Siemens Dematic has been installing vision systems from AVT in its Siplace machines since 1989. These specialized camera systems make sure that each component is measured and placed at the right angle. Even complex component is recognized quickly and reliably. Vision systems from AVT have helped the Siplace machines from Siemens Dematic become the global standard of placement quality and precision they are today.
Allied Vision Technologies GmbH was founded in 1989 and is 100% owned by the publicly traded Augusta Technologie AG. AVT develops, manufactures, and distributes cameras and components for industrial applications.