Framos to Distribute Tattile Products in Europe, North America

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BRESCIA, Italy, June 30, 2017 — Through a distribution agreement, all Tattile SRL hardware and software products will be available in the Framos GmbH sales network in Europe and North America.

“With Framos, we now cooperate with one of the strongest distribution partners in the machine vision industry,” said Corrado Franchi, CEO of Tattile. “Following the Framos approach 'From Sensors to Systems,' the Tattile product line is a great match, enabling synergies for customers to bundle Tattile cameras, software and/or vision controllers with third-party lenses and lighting from the Framos portfolio. This is why we are looking forward to a long and prosperous cooperation with this distribution partner. Our endeavor is to respond to the needs of our customers by offering the most suitable technology for each individual application.”

Tattile provides complete vision solutions for industrial machine vision applications through a product range that covers industrial PCs designed as vision controller, specifically for machine vision needs, as well as machine vision software and a choice of high-performance industrial cameras.

“The new partnership is a next step in growing both Framos and Tattile,” said Lorenzo Cassano, head of sales in Europe for Framos. “The Framos sales strategy matches the Tattile products line, providing state-of-the-art linescan technology, fully open machine vision controllers and the power of embedded imaging with the S-Line Smart Cameras. This agreement is the natural evolution of a consolidated relationship between our two companies as we have always had similar values: to provide high-quality products and services to our customers. With their innovative products, Tattile is now an important part of our imaging portfolio.”

Framos is a provider of image processing components.

Published: June 2017
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