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i2S Vision Takes Over Distribution of Basler Cameras in France

March 19, 2009
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AHRENSBURG, GERMANY – Basler Vision Technologies has concluded a distribution agreement with i2S Vision, an imaging technology company. i2S Vision will exclusively market and sell Basler’s broad digital camera portfolio in France.

Basler designs and manufactures digital cameras for industrial, medical, and traffic system applications, and also for the video surveillance market. Herfried Beckdorf, head of European sales at Basler, is looking forward to the cooperation: “We strongly believe that our customers will benefit from this new partnership and i2S Vision’s long years of experience in the machine vision market. With a comprehensive knowledge of the needs and specificities of the industrial markets, both from i2S VISION’s commercial and technical teams, we can guarantee our customers a high level of understanding and reactivity.”

Philippe Vieilleville, manager of i2S Vision, adds, “The objective of i2S Vision has always been to offer our customers the best products traded on the best terms. We are looking forward to building a long-term partnership and are very happy to include Basler’s high quality products into our offerings to the French market.”

The i2S group distributes standard vision products and components in close relationships with major international manufacturers. In addition, they develop innovative digital vision solutions for the sports, biomedical, industrial, and aerospace defense markets. The i2S group employs about sixty people in France and had a turnover of €13.3 million in 2008.

Basler Components designs and manufactures digital cameras for industrial, medical, and traffic system applications, and also for the video surveillance market. Products include color and monochrome line scan, area scan, and intelligent cameras as well as innovative and flexible IP cameras. Basler has more than 20 years of experience in image processing.

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