Software | March 18, 2008

Valor in partnership with Nagoya Electric

Valor has established a technological partnership agreement with Nagoya Electric of Japan, a major developer of advanced Automatic Inspection equipment.
The strategic technology alliance will allow users of Nagoya’s inspection machines to shorten their setup time by relying on the ODB++ models of the PCB and accessing a layer of data that contains an accurate representation of component geometry based on Valor’s Part Library (VPL) - a massive, repository of accurate geometric data involving more than 35 million components.

“We are pleased to welcome Nagoya Electric as a new member of our Global Alliance Program,” said David Bengal, VP Marketing and Business Development at Valor.

Commenting on Valor’s commitment to improve its partners’ product quality, reduce costs and shorten time to market, Mr. Bengal added: “The Automatic Inspection market presents a great opportunity for Valor. We believe that this partnership will bring new added-value to Nagoya’s large and loyal customer base. In addition to providing our technology partners with the tools to achieve flawless machine performance, we offer R&D support in interface buildup, advanced technical training, and deep domain expertise in special joint development projects.”


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