Industrial Eye and the Integro team are joining forces to provide vision solution applications to a wide array of industries. As a new and existing customer extension, Brian King, Founder and Senior Partner of Industrial Eye, will serve as the Integro Sales Representative for the greater Tri-State Region of Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin.
“Brian comes to Integro with over 25 years of extensive engineering and machine vision experience, and we are enthusiastic to partner with him and his company,” said Shawn A. Campion, President and CEO of Integro Technologies. “This partnership means that we have boots on the ground in Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin while strengthening our industry-market position.”
As a Sales Engineer for Integro, King will consult with customers to understand system performance requirements in order to develop custom turnkey 3D, 2D, hyperspectral, Deep Learning, and AI machine vision solutions with supplemental robotics, motion, material handling, and control systems technology.
“The strong technical capabilities of the Integro team and their extensive resources are a perfect complement to Industrial Eye,” said Brian King. “As a small but solid player in the Midwestern machine vision marketplace, we see definite synergies for larger inspection cells and look forward to working with a company that has so much to offer.”
About Industrial Eye
Industrial Eye, founded in 2001, is a vision-centered organization that tailors turnkey machine vision solutions to the varied and proprietary needs of their clients. With several hundred successful machine vision installations operating in the field, their systems continue to deliver cost savings, risk management, and process data for the benefit of manufacturers and their customers worldwide. Industrial Eye’s project management capabilities allow them to interface with end users and OEMs alike to deploy projects in the area of automated optical inspection that span a wide range of complexity and scope. For more information about Industrial Eye, visit their website at http://industrialeye.net/index.html.