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Machine Vision Systems for Food and Beverage Industries
Integro Technologies is a trusted source in machine vision technology for the food and beverage industries. Food and beverage manufacturers face
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Deep Learning Revolution
Machine Vision and Deep Learning Deep learning is becoming a commonly heard word in business, science and programming circles. However,
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Integro Named FANUC Authorized System Integrator
Integro Technologies, a premier machine vision integrator, announced today that it has become a FANUC Authorized System Integrator. Integro Technologies
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Human Vision vs. Machine Vision
Human Vision vs. Machine Vision in the Industrial 4.0 Arena The benefits of advanced machine vision are so numerous that
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Deep Learning Applications in Machine Vision Systems
Machine Vision and Deep Learning Artificial intelligence, or AI, has seen a recent surge in use across a wide variety
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FaroArm Measurement at Integro Technologies
For more than 35 years, FARO® has designed, developed and delivered the leading and most trusted arm technology in the market
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Latest News from Smart Vision Lights – July 2018
New IP65 Ring Projects 500 mm The RMX75, the newest mini ring light product from Smart Vision Lights, is designed
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High Speed Vision Guided Pick and Place Robotics
VGR Pick and Place and Production Ergonomics Vision-guided robotics (VGR) technology is increasing production while reducing costs in industries across the
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CCS Releases LSS for Computational Imaging
Better Machine Vision Solutions through Multi-shot Imaging The new LSS Computational Illumination Series from CCS is a Computational Imaging (CI)
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LBR iiwa – KUKA Collaborative Lightweight Robot
The LBR iiwa is the world’s first series-produced sensitive, and therefore HRC-compatible, robot. LBR stands for “Leichtbauroboter” (German for lightweight robot),
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KUKA makes the difference – with sensitive, light, scalable robotics for every production area. Designing automation to be even more
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Ranger3 from SICK honored with 2018 Innovators Award
Boston, MA, April 11, 2018 – On April 10, SICK (, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of machine vision,
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David Dechow
David Dechow, Industry Thought Leader, Joins Integro Team
For Immediate Release   DAVID L. DECHOW JOINS INTEGRO TECHNOLOGIES June 5, 2018, Salisbury, NC – Integro Technologies Corp. is
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MVTec presents HALCON 18.05
Munich, April 12, 2018 – MVTec Software GmbH, the leading provider of standard machine vision software, presents new and outstanding
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Plastic Container Vision Inspection Machine
This plastic container vision inspection machine was developed to inspect 100% of the internal and external surfaces of a cylindrical
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Download the VisionVault Presentation
Integro Technologies is now offering the VisionVault® Package, allowing for effective and efficient user-traceability and data archiving capabilities on the Cognex In-Sight
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Esben Østergaardn of Universal Robots wins Engleberger Award 2018
Esben Østergaard, co-founder and CTO of Universal Robots, has been awarded the automation industry’s most prestigious honor, the Engelberger Robotics Award
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High Speed Vision Inspection Applications for Electronics Manufacturers
High Speed Vision Inspection for Manufacturers From electronic consumer devices to industrial automation controls and electronic commercial signage, printed circuit
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High Speed Syringe Vision Inspection System
This high-speed syringe vision inspection system is a six (6) Cognex In-Sight camera solution inspecting for cracks in the barrel
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Automation in Industry: Success Through Innovation
Perhaps the most vivid quantum leap in manufacturing technology is Henry Ford’s development of the assembly line, a concept he borrowed from the
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