Press release
8 August 2016

IVISYS AB (‘IVISYS’) has received a test order from a global manufacturer of metal components headquartered in Japan. The order concerns a solution for very accurate in-line part measurement with tolerance levels down to 0.03 mm. The order is expected to be delivered in Q3 2016.

The test order is for a solution similar to IVISYS’ Advanced Conveyor Inspection Station, which is tailored for executing in-line inspections.

The size of the test order is small and will not significantly impact the financial results of the company.

CEO of IVISYS Jakob Kesje comments

“We are very pleased to receive this test order. The market for this type of in-line measurement is growing rapidly, since it is fairly new that vision systems have such capabilities. We look forward to deliver this test order for our new client as we are confident that we can meet the very demanding requirements regarding tolerances,” says IVISYS’ CEO Jakob Kesje.

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For further information, please contact

Jakob Kesje, CEO IVISYS AB
Phone: +45 20 22 60 10


IVISYS was formed on December 16th, 2014. IVISYS has developed a method for automatic quality control that is suitable for both mass production with long product series and smaller manufacturers with short product series. The company provides independent vision system solutions for quality control and offers a ‘plug-and-play’ solution with easy installation in just a few hours. IVISYS delivers complete solutions with cameras, lighting, hardware and software. The product performs quality inspections at high speed and allows multiple control points in a single inspection. This makes for much faster quality control. IVISYS’ solutions are easily adapted to different products and product variations. They do not require specific product positioning, while settings can be easily adjusted by the customer’s staff.

This information is information that IVISYS AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 8:30 CET on 8 August 2016.