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MVTec Expands Marketing Activities in Australia

June 20, 2011
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Beginning June 2011, the distribution of MVTec machine vision software products in Australia and New Zealand will additionally performed by Adept Turnkey Pty Ltd. Besides the distribution of HALCON and ActivVisionTools, Adept will also provide high-level technical support for these software products.
“As products that facilitate advanced vision solutions, MVTec’s HALCON and ActivVisionTools are a very good fit to Adept’s current software product offerings and for its customers,” declares Marc Fimeri, Adept’s CEO. “We are excited about the advanced tools, performance and hardware independence HALCON provides and believe that the capabilities of the software will allow our customers to tackle vision applications in new and unique ways. Additionally, the software development environment is exceptional: It comes with extensive source code examples and a detailed documentation.”
“Adept Turnkey Pty Ltd provides a powerful sales team which penetrates their market in an outstanding effective way,” says Dr. Olaf Munkelt, MVTec’s managing director. “More than that, Adept comes with a strong technical department and fully understands machine vision technology and industry. Thus, we are pleased to cooperate with such an established company and that we could argue Adept into our products and services.”
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Dr. Olaf Munkelt (left), MVTec's managing director, welcomes Marc Fimeri, CEO of Adept Turnkey, as new distribution partner for Australia and New Zealand.

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