Diverse Industries signs agreement to sell, support Robotic VISION Technologies’ eVF software platform
Robotic VISION Technologies, LLC Posted 12/26/2013Robotic VISION Technologies, LLC, (RVT) has signed an agreement with Diverse Industries, Inc., (DII) to sell and support installations of its eVisionFactory software platform.
Diverse Industries, based in Duncan, S.C., is a premier supplier of engineers to BMW North America and listed as preferred suppliers on most BMW bid packages. Founded in 2001, company also has workers at BMW in South Africa. Diverse’s engineers have been trained on eVF by Robotic VISION Technologies.
“This non-exclusive partnership for Diverse to sell our vision products will be tremendous for both companies,” Robotic VISION Technologies President and Chief Executive Officer Rick Weidinger. “Diverse has an outstanding group of engineers with experience in vision solutions and programing robots and our eVF is the best in Vision Guided Robotics. It’s a terrific one-two punch.”
DII has over 50 contractors and employees and has also worked with Ford, General Motors and Chrysler.
“Diverse is very happy to announce our partnership with Robotic VISION Technologies,” said a statement. “We are anticipating this will be a prosperous combination for both companies.”
About Robotic VISION Technologies, LLC
Robotic VISION Technologies, LLC, a privately held company, is a recognized leader in the field of intelligent machine vision. eVisionFactory (eVF) is the brand name of the RVT vision guidance software platform that allows robots to “See, Think, and Do.” RVT’s software and technologies enable image recognition, machine vision and robot guidance processes in industrial and non-industrial markets. RVT’s main 3D vision products feature the Henry Ford Technology Award-winning single-camera 3D software product in addition to its proprietary validation tools – AutoCal, AutoTrain and AccuTest. In addition, RVT has won the prestigious BAE Systems Chairman’s Award for its technology and work efforts on the Advanced Weapons Assembly government contract. Customers using RVT’s products include Ford, GM, Chrysler, Honda, Toyota, Nissan, Harley-Davidson, Boeing and Johnson & Johnson. RVT’s eVF software platform is installed in hundreds of systems worldwide and operates every day on over $500 million of capital equipment. Robotic VISION Technologies is headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., with an office in Washington, D.C., and will open an office in Munich, Germany, during the first quarter of 2014.