Serving machine vision for over 25 years
The milestones in our company history
NeuroCheck GmbH is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
The new company website is online.
The purchase of another building at the company center in Remseck will allow the available workshop space to be tripled.
Release of the NeuroCheck software version 6.1 with solutions for 3D and robotics applications.
Expansion of the product portfolio with the NeuroCheck compact camera and Smart Panel PCs.
The long-standing head of the “Machine Vision Applications” department, Dipl.-Ing. Dirk Zinnäcker, will be appointed Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Streicher-Abel in the management.
Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Christian Demant left the company by mutual consent as a shareholder and managing director. Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Streicher-Abel assumes the sole management of the company.
The “Applications” division is expanding its office and laboratory area by purchasing additional premises at the company center in Remseck.
Delivery of the 10,000. License of the NeuroCheck software.
Release NeuroCheck version 6.0, completely redesigned for new technologies: Microsoft .NET, 64-bit, Gigabit Ethernet cameras and multi-core support.
The company is opening a second location in Stuttgart’s inner city. The new office will become the headquarters of the “Softwareprodukt” business unit.
Release of the NeuroCheck software version 5.1 with support of FireWire digital cameras and XML.
Foundation of the partner company Industrial Vision Systems Ltd. (IVS) near Oxford, UK.
The founders of NeuroCheck publish the book “Industrial Image Processing” at Springer-Verlag. The book is available since 2011 in the 3rd edition.
Market entry USA through a sales partner at Boston.
Delivery of the first NeuroCheck software license.
Foundation of the company by: Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Streicher-Abel and Dipl.-Ing. Christian Demant. Company: Remseck near Stuttgart.
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