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Elbit Vision Systems receives order worth $0.5 million
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May '16
Courtesy- Elbit Vision Systems
Courtesy- Elbit Vision Systems
Elbit Vision Systems (EVS), has bagged an order of $0.5 million for IQ-TEX4 systems from a major manufacturer of nonwoven fabrics. EVS’ IQ-TEX4 systems would integrate into the manufacturer’s high-speed lines, replacing existing competition systems.

EVS, an innovator in the science of camera-based automatic vision inspection for textile fabrics and technical webs, said the solution utilises high resolution colour line scan technology and enhanced defect sorting algorithms (DSA), to achieve unparalleled defect detection and interpretation.

“Our vision for the future of manufacturing is becoming a reality with steep upward trends in global labour costs forcing markets into an ‘adopt or die’ situation regarding automation. These factors, coupled with our incredible cost to performance pricing model, have positioned EVS well for tremendous growth in the coming years. Moreover, we feel confident that the results of the second quarter will continue to be solid,” said Sam Cohen, CEO of EVS. (NA)

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