Integro Technologies Named Universal Robots Certified System Integrator

Integro Technologies Corp., a leading machine vision integrator in Salisbury, North Carolina, has been named a Certified System Integrator for Universal Robots.

Integro Technologies Corp., a leading machine vision integrator in Salisbury, North Carolina, has been named a Certified System Integrator for Universal Robots.


Integro Technologies Named Universal Robots Certified System IntegratorUniversal Robots is a vanguard in the robotics community, and has been instrumental in the rapid introduction, acceptance, and deployment of collaborative robotics worldwide. Through industrial leadership they have established a new sector in the market and lowered the implementation costs associated with traditional robotic safety requirements, vision guided robotic pick-n-place, and multi-point inspection applications.

"Integro Technologies is a well-known national leader within the machine vision integration industry. They have already successfully built and deployed several applications integrating vision guidance and inspection with Universal Robots. This new partnership will help accelerate these capabilities in all industrial areas of the marketplace," said Brian Dillman, Eastern Region Area Sales Manager, Universal Robots.

"We are excited to continue building on our Universal Robotics VGR and VGI installation base in North America, and assist manufactures to compete and excel in the international market," said Shawn Campion, President and CEO of Integro Technologies.

About Integro Technologies

Integro Technologies is a leader in machine vision integration in North America. With over 2,000 installations and more than 700 clients worldwide, Integro Technologies is an innovator in machine vision and system integration providing turnkey solutions, consulting, and support services for a wide range of industries.

About Universal Robots
Universal Robots is the result of many years of intensive research at Denmark's successful robot cluster, which is located in Odense, Denmark. The company was co-founded in 2005 by the company's CTO, Esben Østergaard, who wanted to make robot technology accessible to all by developing small, user-friendly, reasonably priced, flexible industrial robots that are safe to work with and on their own can be used to streamline processes in the industry. The product portfolio includes the collaborative UR3, UR5 and UR10 robotic arms named after their payload in kilos. Since the first UR robot launched in December 2008, the company has experienced considerable growth with the user-friendly robots now sold in more than 50 countries worldwide. At just 195 days, the average payback period for UR robots is the fastest in the industry. The company, a part of Boston-based Teradyne Inc., is headquartered in Odense and has subsidiaries and regional offices in the U.S., Spain, Germany, Singapore, Czech Republic, India, and China. Universal Robots has more than 270 employees worldwide.

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