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Toujours une longueur d'avance

STEMMER IMAGING’s Jubilee Gala

11 octobre 2012

STEMMER IMAGING celebrated its 25th anniversary on the 5th October 2012 with a proper jubilee gala at the Fuerstenfeldbruck monastery’s “Stadtsaal”.

On the 5th October 2012 company founder Wilhelm Stemmer celebrated a quarter century of STEMMER IMAGING together with about 260 guests from 13 countries. The attending customers, suppliers, longtime companions and employees together with their partners enjoyed an entertaining evening in the pleasant atmosphere of the Fuerstenfeldbruck monastery.

In a series of amusing speeches, Wilhelm Stemmer and Christof Zollitsch, both Managing Directors at STEMMER IMAGING, as well as Professor Dr. Bernd Jaehne (Coordinating Director of the Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing, University of Heidelberg), David Hearn (Managing Director STEMMER IMAGING UK), Phil Colet (Vice President Sales and Marketing Teledyne DALSA) and Christian Demant (Managing Director Neurocheck) looked back on common experiences and impressions of the history of STEMMER IMAGING. They acknowledged the outstanding role of Wilhelm Stemmer and his company in the development of the imaging technology industry throughout Germany and Europe.

All the speakers shared the view that „STEMMER IMAGING and machine vision are not 25 years old, but 25 years young! Both the company and the industry have great potential for the future.“

We thank all our guests for attending this evening which will surely be remembered as a highlight in the company’s history!

STEMMER IMAGING

Puchheim, Germany

STEMMER IMAGING est une société active dans le domaine de la vision industrielle depuis 1987. Offrant une très large palette de produits et de services, l'entreprise est aujourd'hui le plus grand fournisseur de technologie de vision en Europe. En 1997, STEMMER IMAGING a présenté Common Vision Blox (CVB), une bibliothèque de programmation puissante pour le développement et la mise en œuvre de solutions de vision rapides et fiables, utilisée avec succès dans plus de 40.000 applications de part le monde.