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  • EO’s Hollows Named AIA Chairman
Feb 2012
BARRINGTON, N.J., Feb. 3, 2012 — Gregory Hollows, Edmund Optics’ director of machine vision solutions, was named chairman of the Automated Imaging Association’s board of directors for 2012-2013 during the AIA’s business conference in Orlando, Fla., the company announced.

Over the next two years, Hollows plans to grow the AIA’s presence in existing and emerging markets through education, understanding and cooperation.

“Working with the staff and my fellow board members, we will help make our ‘Vision for the Future’ a reality,” Hollows said.

He succeeds Rusty Ponce de Leon, president of Phase 1 Technology, who remains on the AIA board as past chairman.

The AIA, which comprises more than 320 companies from 30 countries, works to advance the understanding of imaging and vision technologies and to drive global expansion and growth through education and promotion.

Edmund Optics produces optics, imaging and photonics technology for R&D, electronics, semiconductor, biomedical, military and pharmaceutical markets.

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