Innovation Matrix Signs Strategic Alliance/Distributor Agreement with Sightech
April 6, 2009
SANTA CLARA, CA - Innovation Matrix Inc., a distributor of factory automation components and systems, announced it has entered into a distributor agreement with Sightech Vision Systems Inc., a provider of self-learning vision systems. The agreement states that Innovation Matrix will be the main distributor of Sightech’s PC-Eyebot machine vision systems throughout the Asian market.
Santa Clara based Sightech’s machine vision system the PC-Eyebot offers a self-learning approach to machine vision systems. Quality inspection and control for factory automation is done through a self-learning program using artificial intelligence, Neuro-RAM TM, with no programming required. Innovation Matrix as a domestic merchant and a foreign distributor will have license to PC-Eyebot’s technology and a version will be introduced as PC-Eyebot- iMvisionTM for Asia. Innovation Matrix will act as a strategic alliance and offer a strong distribution channel in these markets.
“Sightech’s innovative technology will help save time and cost for many automation factories in Asia. As the product technology spreads, customers will find the efficiency provided by PC-Eyebot will provide them with more time to focus on their core competencies. We see this as a great opportunity for the Asian market in making products with higher quality derived from the iMvision’s efficiency, as the industry resumes its competitiveness. We believe licensing the technology and offering it under our name will help stimulate consumer’s interest as we can leverage our superior connections throughout Asia,” says Eimei Onaga, president of Innovation Matrix.
“With Innovation Matrix’s marketing knowledge in the Asian market and the current need for high quality at affordable cost we believe the PC-Eyebot iMvision version will quickly be widespread improving the technology and efficiencies to these markets. Through Innovation Matrix, our great technology will find its way to bettering the factory automation inspection and quality control process,” says Sightech CEO Art Gaffin.