Cognex machine vision selected by Pitney Bowes

JUNE 17--Cognex Corporation (Natick, MA; www.cognex.com) has announced that Pitney Bowes will integrate its In-Sight 4000 into Pitney Bowes high-volume automatic inserter systems.

Jun 17th, 2004

JUNE 17--Cognex Corporation (Natick, MA; www.cognex.com) has announced that Pitney Bowes will integrate its In-Sight 4000 into Pitney Bowes high-volume automatic inserter systems. The Pitney Bowes Flowmaster and APS machines process high-volume outgoing mail by automatically sorting documents and then inserting them into mailing envelopes. At several points in the handling process, the Cognex In-Sight 4000 will read and verify the unique barcodes that are printed on each document to ensure that all checks, notices, and statements are correctly bundled together and get properly inserted into the mailing envelope for each recipient.

Pitney Bowes is a provider of integrated mail and document-management systems, services, and solutions. The $4.4 billion company helps organizations of all sizes engineer the flow of communication to reduce costs, increase impact, and enhance customer relationships. The company's 80-plus years of technological leadership has produced many major innovations in the mailing industry and more than 3500 active patents with applications in a variety of markets, including printing, shipping, encryption, and financial services.

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