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SVL featured on Healthcare Packaging's Website

Smart Vision Lights is excited to announce that our latest product, the TL305 Diffuse On- and Off-Axis Light has been featured on the Healthcare Packaging website. The article highlights the TL305 features, such as the ability to inspected multicolored products with our light eliminating halo refection as well as reducing hot spots and glare on gel caps.


Smart Vision Lights Honored as One of the 2014 ‘Michigan 50 Companies to Watch’

Michigan 50 Companies to WatchMuskegon, Mich., March 24, 2014 - Smart Vision Lights has been recognized as one of the 2014 “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch,” an awards program presented by Michigan Celebrates Small Business. Smart Vision Lights will be honored at an awards ceremony during the 10th annual Michigan Celebrates Small Business event on May 6, 2014, in East Lansing, Mich.

SVL on the Cover of Vision Systems Design Magazine, December 2013

Robots Make Food Storage Container Assembly a SnapAn article featuring Vision guided robotics assembly application co-written by Casey Segraves, Business Development & Marketing Manager, Smart Vision Lights. Vision Systems Design Magazine - December 2013

Is Infrared the Best Way to Address Safety Questions?

by Winn Hardin, Contributing Editor – AIA

When it comes to safety concerns—particularly in industrial and other settings where strobing can be an issue—using infrared and other non-visible wavelengths of light might seem like a no-brainer. But whether or not companies choose to do so depends on a number of factors… Read Full Article


SVL Featured on WZZM 13 Made In Michigan

On Nov. 11, 2013, Smart Vision Lights was the spotlighted business on WZZM 13 Made In Michigan segment. WZZM 13 highlighted our success in the machine vision and data reading industries and our positive impact on the Michigan economy.

LC300 Light in January 2013 Issue of Vision Systems Design

LC300 Light Featured in January Issue of Vision Systems Design

Machine Vision Adds Traceability to Packaging
An automated vision system identifies cases of packed fruit and affixes barcode labels at a rate of more than 60 cases per minute. By Garth Gaddy.

Read the article here.



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