Xander Shelley became part of an elite group this week when he passed the AIA Certified Vision Professional (CVP) Advanced Level exam.
Frederick, Md. and Basingstoke, UK (PRWEB) May 08, 2017
Christopher Crowley, president of The Crowley Company, is pleased to announce that electronics engineer Xander Shelley became part of an elite group this week when he passed the AIA Certified Vision Professional (CVP) Advanced Level exam. Shelley is now one of just 166 advanced-level certified individuals worldwide.
The CVP program is offered by AIA, the world's largest global vision and imaging trade group. AIA serves more than 330 member companies from 32 countries, including manufacturers of vision components and systems, system integrators, distributors, OEMs, end users, consulting firms, academic institutions and research groups directly involved with vision and imaging. Continuing education every three years is required to maintain certification.
Shelley works for Crowley’s Wicks and Wilson division located in the United Kingdom. He is part of the team tasked with the engineering, production and advancement of the MACHCAM 71MP camera. The high resolution camera is designed to be integrated into a wide variety of machine vision and advanced imaging preservation applications. He is also instrumental in the division’s scanner and new product development.
About The Crowley Company
The Crowley Company is a world-leader in digital and analog film technologies and provides an extensive number of digital document and film conversion services to the academic, publishing, commercial, government and archive sectors. The company manufactures, distributes and services high-speed microfilm, microfiche, aperture card, book and document scanners, microfilm duplicators, film processors and micrographics equipment. Manufactured brands include Mekel Technology, Wicks and Wilson, HF Processors and Extek Microsystems.