Xiris Automation Inc. Purchases Optical Media Assets of Basler AG

Xiris Automation Inc. is pleased to announce that it has purchased the intellectual property rights and all assets associated with the Optical Media division of Basler AG as of December 07, 2009.
By: Xiris
Dec. 7, 2009 - PRLog -- Effective immediately, Xiris will assume all aspects of Sales, Marketing, R&D, Production and Service of the Basler “R” Ident Code Reader and “L” Print Inspection Product Lines as well as the Sales of Spare Parts and Service of the “S” Scanner Product line.

Xiris will establish immediately a Sales and Service Centre near Hamburg, Germany for European customers; and in Hsinchu, Taiwan for Southern- and Eastern Asian customers.

This transaction is a result of Xiris’ desire to remain committed to the Optical Disc industry by continuing to expand its presence worldwide, and by Basler’s desire to reduce complexity and focus on larger growing markets, including Cameras for Industrial and Security Use and Surface Inspection systems for the LCD- and Solar Industries. As the Optical Media industry continues to consolidate, it was felt by Xiris and Basler that a single strong and healthy supplier of inspection equipment would continue to help the long term viability of Optical Media Manufacturing worldwide.

For More Information Visit http://www.xiris.com

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Xiris Automation Inc. makes “machines that can see” quality defects in manufactured goods. Our camera-based systems include sophisticated optics, electronics and software for Quality Control inspection, Product Recognition and Traceability. We develop state of the art technology for integration into our machine vision systems, which we design, build and service for our global client base from our facilities in Canada, Germany, India and Taiwan.
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Tags:Xiris, Basler, Optical Disc, Ident Code Reader, Print Inspection
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