Allied Vision has opened a new sales and support office in Cupertino, CA, USA, to provide better service to the growing customer base in high-tech industries.
"Our business has experienced strong growth in Silicon Valley over the past the few years", explains Michael Troiano, Sr. Director, Worldwide Sales at Allied Vision. "It is a global hub for technological innovation which extends into developing new imaging applications. We feel that a local office gives us a unique time to market perspective and will help us prepare for closer collaboration with emerging applications and companies."
Having an office in Silicon Valley will help improve relationships with customers on the west coast, according to Allied Vision. Heading up the new office will be Matthew Hori, a new Sales Manager of Allied Vision’s US team since April 2018. Hori has a 20-year technical and sales track record in the machine vision industry.
"I am excited to join the Allied Vision team and take this new challenge to grow our business here. Allied Vision has already been very successful in the region and I am sure that a local presence will enhance our partnerships with California-based companies", he said.
In addition to this office, Allied Vision has a sales office in Exton, PA, USA, and the R&D, logistics and manufacturing site in Burnaby, BC near Vancouver, Canada.
Allied Vision recently introduced its new Allied Vision 1 product line, which the company says, "combines the performance of a machine vision camera with the size, power consumption and price of an embedded vision camera." The 1 product line features the company’s own "System on Chip (SoC)," with its new ALVIUM technology. ALVIUM consists of a proprietary chip design coupled with an image processing library. The first camera families available are the 130 and 140 series, both of which feature with MIPI CSI-2 and USB3 Vision interfaces and CMOS image sensors from ON Semiconductor.
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