Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) September 28, 2005
Braintech, Inc. (OTCBB: BRHI), a leading provider of vision guided robotic, (ÂVGRÂ) software solutions, announced today that it has received a purchase order from ABB for two eVisionFactoryÂ (ÂeVFÂ) built solutions. eVF, Braintech's software platform, is part of ABB's TrueViewÂ Vision Guided Robotic System offering.
The order is for two solutions that utilize Braintech's patented SC3DÂ guidance technology to pick torque converter parts out of imprecise dunnage and place them into an assembly station for processing.
Commenting, Braintech CEO Owen Jones said, ÂThis order represents a number of 'firsts' including: the first use of Trueview by this ABB customer in a powertrain application and the first TrueView systems being shipped using ABB's new IRC5 controller. As with so many of our other first orders, upon successful installation, we anticipate additional application opportunities and repeat orders for TrueView. These orders represent a continued expansion of our growing user and installed baseÂ.
About Braintech (OTCBB: BRHI) Â For more information, visit http://www.braintech.com
About ABB (NYSE: ABB) Â ABB's Robotic, Automotive and Manufacturing group is a leading supplier of robots, robotic systems and automation systems to the automotive, manufacturing and consumer industries. With more than 130,000 robots installed worldwide and more than 5,000 employees, ABB is a global leader in flexible factory automation.
This group is part of ABB Ltd. (http://www.abb.com) who is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 102,000 people. The company's U.S. operations employ about 9,000 in manufacturing and other facilities in 40 states.
For more information, visit http://www.abb.com
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