Integro Technologies now a Sick authorized vision integration partner

Integro Technologies, a premier machine vision integrator, has become a Sick authorized vision integration partner serving the US. 

Sick is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of automation products and systems for logistics, factory, and process automation.

Among its solutions is a large portfolio of 2D and 3D machine vision products, including vision sensors and vision systems. 

Sick vision solutions are used for quality inspection, robot guidance, measurement and code reading applications and partners with qualified integration companies.

As a Sick Authorized Vision Integration Partner, Integro Technologies staff is trained on Sick AppSpace, Sick’s open platform for programmable vision solutions and sensors.

It enables multiple technologies to be combined to create solutions for customers that are fully integrated into the manufacturing line and meet the challenges of Industry 4.0, say the companies.

Shawn Campion, president and CEO of Integro Technologies, says: “Sick’s broad range of vision solutions, including its pioneering super high-speed 3D cameras, is designed for advanced applications and tough industrial environments.

“This strategic partnership will provide Integro with growth opportunities beyond machine vision and ID solutions that will supplement our existing value-add engineering services in a variety of industries worldwide in factory automation.

“Integro’s Vision+ services will be enhanced by a single source instrumentation provider with integrated Industry 4.0 architectures for operations, process control, data collection, and user access from multiple personal devices including PC, Tablet, and PDA.”

Tony Peet, CEO of Sick, says: “Sick is very excited about our shared pursuit to tackle customers’ vision system needs. Integro’s experience as a premier vision integrator combined with their engineering capabilities and robotics expertise will provide significant value for customers.”

The cooperative partnership with Sick broadens Integro Technologies’ systems portfolio.