Three New AVT Distributors in Hungary, Greece and Russia
Starting May 1, 2012, Falcon Vision will be the official distributor of AVT cameras in Hungary. Founded in 1996, the Budapest-based company is specialized in machine vision solutions for 100% industrial quality inspection, serving demanding markets such as the automotive industry, glass production, plastics manufacturing, pharmaceuticals or electronics.
Falcon Vision is the third new partner in a row to join Allied Vision Technologies’ global distribution network after SPECTRAtech of Greece and NPP-Photon of Russia:
SPECTRAtech SA was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in the outskirts of Athens, Greece. SPECTRAtech S.A. provides products and after sales support for IT integrations, Pro Photo, Motion Picture, Production, Post-production, Broadcast, Audiovisual, Conferencing, Virtual reality systems, CCTV, Healthcare, Access control, and Public Announcement Systems industries. With its technical team of qualified engineers and consultants, it offers complete solutions from the study to the commissioning. In addition, the company continues to deal actively with the import and sale of high quality products and equipment for distribution throughout Greece and Cyprus, including machine vision cameras from Allied Vision Technologies.
Based in Moscow, Russia, NPP Photon is a developer and supplier of optical equipment and software for industrial and scientific machine vision applications. The company’s highly-qualified staff offers consulting, sales, support and system integration services for industrial inspection, scientific research, security and surveillance and many more applications. NPP Photon is the official distribution partner of Allied Vision Technologies in the Russian Federation.
“We are very proud to welcome these three new partners in the AVT family”, said Jochen Braun, Sales Director EMEA of Allied Vision Technologies. “Allied Vision Technologies is steadily expanding its sales network in growth markets around the world and we look forward to offering an improved local service to customers in Hungary, Greece and Russia”.