Canon: iMAGE S is the new partner in vision systems

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Canon relies on iMAGE S, a national leader in the distribution of vision systems, as its Italian partner for the industrial market

Canon has found a new partner in iMAGE S, a Mariano Comense company known for its high profile and proven technological skills, which make it a point of reference in the market of machine vision, artificial intelligence, industry 4.0 and the geospatial. This partnership was born with the aim to support machine builders and system integrators in the selection and integration of Canon’s optical heritage internally of industrial vision applications.

Canon: iMAGES is the new partner in vision systems

iMAGE S was born in 1994 and for thirty years has been offering its customers the best components and the most innovative technologies in the sector. The company’s mission is based on the principles of quality, cutting-edge technology and collaboration with excellent partners.

Increasingly in line with the mission of supporting companies in their growth path through an integrated ecosystem of cutting-edge solutions, Canon continues to broaden its horizons through constant investment in Research and Development, aimed at innovating the world of imaging. The new fits into this context EOS Digital Software Development Kit (EDSDK), which allows you to control Canon cameras remotely and use the same code on all compatible Canon cameras, making it the ideal tool for integrating Canon’s Photo and Video technologies into Machine Vision projects in the Industry 4.0 context.

Below are Giuseppe D’Amelio’s statements, underlines Giuseppe D’Amelio, ITCG Country Director of Canon Italia:

“We are very pleased with this partnership which provides dedicated distribution and technical support for the vast range of optical technologies offered by Canon. Imaging projects that integrate into corporate processes and infrastructures, such as Machine Vision, applications aimed at Industry 4.0 and more generally everything that today falls under the category of “Spatial Compunting”, are now increasingly frequent and they require professional tools and dedicated strategies that Canon is at the forefront of. Collaborations like the one with iMAGE S represent fundamental elements for looking to the future of applied imaging and exploring ever new business opportunities.”