VITRONIC presents Arabic website: Increasing relevance of Middle East markets
The new website www.vitronic.de/ar makes it possible for Arabic prospective customers to access information about VITRONIC’s products and services more easily and to contact the company in their native language.
The increasing interest by the Arabic speaking world in VITRONIC products has already led to the foundation of a subsidiary in Dubai. The VITRONIC Machine Vision Middle East LLC offers expert advice, sales and service for the whole Middle East region. The VITRONIC LLC with CEO Youssef Al Hansali and a staff of 15 focuses on traffic technology. The high demand for PoliScan systems for speed and red light enforcement and ALPR shows the increasing need of many Middle East countries for more traffic safety. The reduction of road fatalities is of highest priority for this region. In several countries the introduction of PoliScanspeed systems has led to a significant reduction of road accidents.
VITRONIC products stand for highest quality and reliability “made in Germany”. The company develops and produces all hard- and software at its headquarters in Wiesbaden, Germany.
About VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH
Since its foundation in 1984, VITRONIC GmbH, headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany, offers machine vision systems in industrial automation, logistics and traffic technology. The product range spans from standardized to individually customized solutions. All products are developed and produced in-house by VITRONIC.
VITRONIC's core competence in the field of traffic technology is the enforcement of vehicles in free-flowing traffic. State and local authorities as well as private service providers use VITRONIC products for increased safety. Tolling system operators use these technologies for automating toll collection and enforcement.
The company is the among the world's leading industrial machine vision companies and has a workforce of about 340 in five continents. VITRONIC products are currently in use in 40 countries.