Lighting company appoints new president

Dave Spaulding has been appointed the president of machine vision lighting developer Smart Vision Lights (Muskegon, MI, USA).

Lighting company appoints new president
Lighting company appoints new president

Dave Spaulding has been appointed the president of machine vision lighting developer Smart Vision Lights (Muskegon, MI, USA).

"With the continual growth we have been experiencing, we knew it was time to bring in someone to lead the operations of the company. Spaulding has more than 25 years' experience in successful management, economic development, sales, marketing and business development within a variety of companies and industries," explains Bobby Segraves, Smart Vision Lights' director of sales.

Most recently, Spaulding worked with The Right Place in Grand Rapids Michigan. In this position, Spaulding was responsible for delivering training services provided by the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC), a nonprofit extension of the Michigan Economic Development Company (MEDC).

Spaulding worked with several Michigan manufacturers offering consulting services, marketing assistance, growth strategies, continuous improvement methods, strategic planning and more.

Founded in 2007, Smart Vision Lights develops and manufactures machine vision lights and has seen rapid growth every year since its inception.

Recent articles on lighting from Vision Systems Design.

1. Practical guide to machine vision lighting goes on-line

Daryl Martin, the Midwest Sales and Support Manager of Advanced Illumination (Rochester, VT, USA) has written a 21-page guide to help those in the machine vision industry choose the most appropriate lighting for their system.

2. Smart lighting choices increase image contrast

Correct lighting is essential for the success of stable and reliable machine-vision systems since even the best image-processing or machine-vision software cannot compensate for image details that are lost when capturing images.

-- Dave Wilson, Senior Editor, Vision Systems Design

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