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June 10th, 2019
Zivid chooses Micro-Technica for Japan

OSLO, Norway, June 10, 2019 – Zivid, the 3D machine vision camera company, has made its first distributor appointment in Japan. Micro-Technica will support the company’s Zivid One Plus cameras and software throughout the country and will showcase the product at the forthcoming Image Sensing Show, Yokohama, 12-14 June 2019.

Founded in 1981, Tokyo-based Micro-Technica is a vision inspection specialist operating in a variety of manufacturing sectors, most notably printing, pharmaceutical and food. The company provides turnkey 3D machine vision and inspection solutions, and a complete range of system components including video input and signal conversion boards, cameras, lenses and collaborative robots.

Kenji Kajiwara, Acting Section Manager at Micro-Technica said, “Concern for reliability and safety in manufacturing has never been greater, and quality control systems are needing to evolve quickly to meet increasingly stringent demands.  In selecting the right vision technology, speed and precision are critical performance attributes, and we believe the Zivid camera delivers both, without any trade-off.”

Mikkel Orheim, Zivid’s VP of Global Sales said, “We are really very proud to be partnering with Micro-Technica in Japan.  It’s a company with in-depth experience across a range of industrial sectors and a strong reputation for solving even the most complicated machine vision problems.  We look forward to working with them and sharing in future advances.”

Launched in 2018, the Zivid One Plus is considered to be the world’s most accurate real-time 3D machine vision camera.  Promising no-compromise, human-like 3D machine vision, it brings high quality, high speed 3D point cloud capabilities to a wide range of robotic and industrial automation systems.

Availability

The Zivid One Plus 3D color cameras are available via distributors and system integration partners, or directly from sales@zivid.com.  More information is available at www.zivid.com or www.microtechnica.jp.

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About Zivid

Zivid is a market-leading provider of 3D machine vision cameras and software for next generation robotics and industrial automation systems. Its Zivid One and Zivid One Plus products are regarded as the world’s most accurate real-time 3D color cameras and bring human-like vision to the smart factories and warehouses of Industry 4.0.

With more than two decades of in-house R&D and in-depth expertise in optical sensors, 3D machine vision hardware and software, Zivid enables customers to boost efficiency and productivity in a range of applications including de-palletizing, bin-picking, pick-and-place, assembly, packaging and quality control.

The Zivid One 3D color camera has received numerous awards for its technical features, quality of data (QoD), and design implementation. Awards include “Top Innovation Award” by inVISION Magazine, “Gold Innovators Award” by Vision Systems Design, Red Dot’s “Product Design” award, and the Research Council of Norway’s prestigious “Innovation Award”.

To discover how Zivid is shaping the future of 3D machine vision visit www.zivid.com.