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Sony Appoints Asio Vision as Israeli Industrial Camera Distributor

January 31, 2011
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Sony Europe’s Image Sensing Solutions (ISS) division has announced the appointment of Asio Vision as an official industrial camera product distribution partner in Israel.

Asio Vision has become the only Israeli distributor with the rights to sell Sony ISS’ extensive portfolio of industrial camera modules to its partners in the region. Technology covered by the agreement includes Sony ISS’ machine vision and visual communications product ranges; including SmartCamera, GigE, EVI, micro-XCD and FCB cameras.

Matthew Swinney, senior product marketing manager, Sony Image Sensing Solutions commented, “Asio Vision’s founders bring extensive in-house experience of the Israeli industrial camera market. Being a young company, they also bring a fresh approach and we’re looking forward to working with them to deploy our innovative camera technology.”

Asio Vision supplies full vision solutions based on extensive experience in the vision market. It provides both OEM and end-to-end support for the industrial, military, medical and R&D sectors, specializing in image processing, thermography, recording systems and custom system design.

Asio Vision will begin supplying Sony cameras immediately. For futher information contact Jacky Kovo, V.P Marketing & Sales, Asio Vision – sony@asiovision.com.

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