Sightline has been providing 3D/color vision systems and automation solutions to some of the world’s largest manufacturers since 2009, with a focus on creating better, more affordable inspection systems that are not another proprietary ‘black box.’ Our systems use only non-proprietary components in the design and only use open-source software tools to ensure longevity and avoid obsolescence.
Sightline offers a range of standard, ‘off the shelf’ inspection systems as well as the ability to create customized, ‘turn-key’ solutions if required. With over 220 installed systems, we have extensive experience in a wide range of customer products, factory environments, and imaging techniques.
Our company is dedicated to the success of every system and installation, and we work closely with our customers to ensure that every project is a success.
Sightline is based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and has sales and service staff based in Europe as well.
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