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AVTAsociación Víctimas del Terrorismo (Victims of Terrorism Association; Spain)
AVTAutonomous Vehicle Team (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
AVTApplied Vehicle Technology
AVTAnti-Viral Therapy
AVTAudio Video Transport
AVTAnalog Video Tuner
AVTAttribute Value Template
AVTAppliance Virtual Target
AVTActive Voice Technology
AVTAmbient Vibration Testing (civil engineering)
AVTAllied Vision Technologies (est. 1989)
AVTAudio Video Technology (various organizations)
AVTAdvisory Visiting Teacher (Australia)
AVTAudiovisual Translation
AVTAdult Vocational Training
AVTAssistive Voting Technology (Canada)
AVTAudio/Visual Transport
AVTAdvanced Vehicle Technologies
AVTAll-Volatile Treatment
AVTAvailable Time
AVTTraining Aircraft Carrier
AVTAuto Volume Transfer
AVTAutomatic Video Tracker
AVTAdaptive Visualization Technology (DVTel/OmniVee Ltd.)
AVTArchitecture Verification Test
AVTAir Velocity Transducer
AVTApplication Virtual Terminal
AVTAviation Medicine Technician
AVTAutomatic Vessel Tracking
AVTAudio/Visual Tutorial
AVTAudio-Visual Terminal (WorldCom)
AVTAppendage Vector Table
AVTArginine Vastocin
AVTAudio Vidéo Transmission (French: Audio Video Transmission; Livry-Gargan, France)
AVTApplied Voice Technologies Ltd.
AVTAutomated Verification Testing
AVTApplication Vertical Test program
AVTArmored Veritech Fighter (Macross)
AVTAutomatic Vertical Tabulation
AVTApollo Validation Test
AVTAnti-Viral Toolkit
AVTAir-Vibrating Table
AVTAd Valorem Tariff
AVTAccelerated Vesication Test (electronics)
AVTArchitecture Ville et Territoire (French: Architecture and City Planning; Avignon, France)
AVTArtisan, Village and Tiny (Industries)
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(US), Basler AG (Germany), Allied Vision Technologies GmbH (Germany), Facebook (US), NVIDIA Corporation (US), Intel Corporation (US), Microsoft Corporation (US), COGNEX Corporation (US), and Apple Inc.
Request/View TOC@ https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=494 Short Wave Infrared Camera- Key Players Raptor Photonics in UK, Sensors Unlimited in US, Sofradir Group in France, FLIR Systems in US, Princeton Instruments in US, Xenics in Belgium, Allied Vision Technologies in Germany, Photon in Canada, New Imaging Technologies in France, and Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.in Japan are some of the key players functioning in short wave infrared camera market.
Stemmer Imaging has also boosted its range of infrared (SWIR & NIR) sensitive cameras with the addition of new models from Xenics, Allied Vision Technologies, IDS GmbH, JAI and Teledyne DALSA.
The company's takeover will further boost Augusta's activities in vision technology and its expertise in the digital cameras segment, Augusta said in a statement.Country: Germany, Sector: ElectronicsTarget: VDS Vosskuehler GmbHBuyer: Allied Vision Technologies GmbH, Augusta Technologie AGDeal size in USD: 15.1mType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: Existing resources, DebtStatus: Closed
The following suppliers have already joined the Acquisition Alliance: Allied Vision Technologies, Basler AG, DALSA Corporation, e2V, Imperx Incorporated, JAI, Point Grey Research Inc.
Allied Vision Technologies has expanded their top class of cameras with a high-resolution 5-MP version.
The competitive landscape of the market has been examined with some of the key players being Cognex Corporation, Basler AG, Omron Corporation, National Instruments Corporation, Keyence Corporation, Sony Corporation, Teledyne Technologies, Inc., Texas Instruments, Inc, Allied Vision Technologies GmbH, Intel Corporation, Baumer Optronic GmbH and Jai A/S.
[ClickPress, Tue Mar 05 2019] Short Wave Infrared Camera Market - Key Players Raptor Photonics in UK, Sensors Unlimited in US, Sofradir Group in France, FLIR Systems in US, Princeton Instruments in US, Xenics in Belgium, Allied Vision Technologies in Germany, Photon in Canada, New Imaging Technologies in France, and Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.in Japan are some of the key players functioning in short wave infrared camera market.
Allied Vision Technologies (ATV) introduces a new Stingray family of cameras.
Few of the major competitors currently working in the global surface vision and inspection market are OMRON Corporation, AMETEK Surface Vision, Edmund Optics Inc., ISRA VISION AG, INDUSTRIAL VISION SYSTEMS, KEYENCE CORPORATION, Matrox, Panasonic Corporation, Teledyne Digital Imaging Inc., VITRONIC, JAI A/S, Basler AG, National Instruments, Allied Vision Technologies GmbH, Datalogic S.p.A., MORITEX Corporation, Toshiba Teli Corporation, Dark Field Technologies, Radiant Vision Systems, LLC, Shelton Machines Ltd, COMVIS - Company in Vision and QVISION among others.
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