Industrial Vision Systems (IVS) a supplier of machine vision systems to industry, has launched its new website along with a series of automated inspection products and machines.
The company, who provides vision systems to its blue chip clients in manufacturing sectors such as automotive, medical devices, electronics and packaging, comes with improved functionality, design, and navigation.
The series of new products, to be launched throughout the second half of 2016, enhances IVS’s reputation as a pioneer in the production of automated inspection machines utilising the very latest vision technology – the company already boasts affordable, precision inspection vision systems as well as robot inspection cells to aid inspection processes.
The launch of new IVS vision products and machines is set to provide further state-of-the-art quality control checks of medical devices and precise automotive component build quality inspection.
In addition to the on-going launch of its new products, IVS has also ensured each item comes with a comprehensive datasheet providing visitors with product images, dimensions and benefits. The company is also previewing each of the new products across its YouTube and Instagram channels.
One such product is the new IVS-VINi VIN/Scribe OCR/OCV Inspection System; a highly flexible complete inspection vision sensor system utilising state-of-the-art artificial intelligence for quality control checks on vehicle identification numbers, print, patterns and markings.
Earl Yardley, IVS director, says: “The new website is designed specifically to enhance the journey of our clients. The new features on the site mean that customers can now benefit from richer online content that is easier to navigate and share with others, assisting the specification process.
“This is a result of talking with clients, partners and distributors who all provided valuable feedback. The product datasheets come loaded in content and imagery providing the user with the specifics they need about our new vision products and machines.”