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Perceptron Celebrates 30-Year Anniversary

PLYMOUTH, MI– Perceptron, Inc. is celebrating its 30-year anniversary in October as a global noncontact measurement and inspection solutions company in the automotive industry.

Perceptron was founded in 1981 with the vision of creating a noncontact, 100% measurement solution capable of being deployed in industrial environments. That vision resulted in an innovative solution that not only allowed fast and efficient containment of manufacturing issues, but also enabled the reduction of process variation on a large scale.

Since those pioneering days, Perceptron has successfully built on that strong foundation by continuing to introduce groundbreaking technology into the manufacturing marketplace, expanding its global presence into over 14 countries, and establishing a Commercial Business Unit that develops and manufactures a variety of handheld visual inspection devices and add-on accessories for professional tradespeople.

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