Cognex Corporation is the world's leading supplier of machine vision systems — or computers that can "see" — which are used to automate a wide range of manufacturing processes where vision is required. In 2005, we posted $217 million in revenue. Since its founding in 1981.
Cognex's vision systems automatically identify products, inspect for defects, gauge part dimensions, and guide robotic equipment — at up to thousands of parts per minute. For example, our products are used to track semiconductor wafers through manufacturing processes, to guide the placement of surface mount devices (SMDs) onto circuit boards, to inspect light bulbs, and to assess the quality of printing on the face of a watch.
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