Basler Enters Solar Market

Date: 4 September 2006
Basler AG, one of the leading companies in the field of Vision Technology (the technology of machine-based vision), is expanding its business activities in the Vision Systems corporate division (inspection systems for industrial mass production) to add inspection solutions for the photovoltaic industry.

The new products will be presented to the public for the first time at the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition which will start next week in Dresden, Germany (4 – 8 September 2006).

With its products, Basler AG offers manufacturers of raw wafers and solar cells fully automatic solutions integrated into the production process for important quality control tasks which until now could not be automated. The main benefit of the products is the increase in efficiency and the reduction of raw material consumption in the production of raw wafers and solar cells.

Yesterday Basler has been awarded a first contract by a globally leading solar cell manufacturer. At the moment, test installations are successfully operating at several manufacturers. First substantial sales of solar inspection systems are expected in the financial year 2007.

600450 Basler Enters Solar Market
Date: 4 September 2006

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