FRAMOS is the leading European sales organisation in the digital image-processing sector. With branches in England and Germany, we supply a wide range of image-processing equipment, from CCD- and CMOS-sensors up to complete camera systems - and our extensive product range is rounded off by the latest GPS components. To complete the package, our high-tech products are backed up by more than 20 years' experience of providing comprehensive technical and sales support.
We continually make new investments in the digital image-processing market. Our biennial CCD-Forum has both a national and international reputation among the experts in this field, thanks to its highly qualified speakers and other participants. Because data-transfer is of ever-increasing importance in the modern world, our close collaboration with leading suppliers is a big benefit. These close connections with the world's leading vendors of technology enable us to spot trends and innovations as they emerge, so that we can provide our customers with all the relevant information, and also develop our own innovative product concepts very quickly.
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