1° OE INNOVATION DECADE: 3650 days of pure optical innovations

In 2002 Opto Engineering was founded. Today, a decade later, Opto Engineering is the leading company in telecentric technology and one of the most innovative players in machine vision optics worldwide.

In 2002 Opto Engineering was founded. Today, a decade later, Opto Engineering is the leading company in telecentric technology and one of the most innovative players in machine vision optics worldwide.


Each of these 3650 days, Opto Engineering has put effort and thought in creating groundbreaking optical solutions to anticipate the next challenges of global industrial manufacturing and set new benchmarks for machine vision.

Opto Engineering is synonymous for new craftsmanship, which is the fusion of well-established production methods still needed for precision optics manufacturing with fresh design concepts, innovative technologies and sophisticated quality control methods.

For Opto Engineering "innovation" means smart design, robust engineering as well as a business model targeting excellent quality-price ratio and a fast response to the market demands.

For all these reasons, Opto Engineering is the partner of choice in high-end machine vision applications for major industries worldwide.

For more information, please visit our website www.opto-engineering.com and feel free to contact us. We look forward to meeting you and start a successful cooperation.



Head Office

Opto Engineering S.r.l.
Via Cremona 29/2
46100 Mantova
Italy
Phone: +39 0376 263525
info@opto-engineering.com

Person to contact
Elisa Guernieri
Marketing & Communication Manager
e-mail: elisa.guernieri@opto-engineering.com
skype: oe.marketing

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