JM Vistec enriches machine vision solutions with own products
Catering largely to the electronics sector, JM Vistec wants to meet new customers from the aerospace, general manufacturing, and food and beverage industries
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Eugene Goh values genuine customer service more than corporate profits. Sure enough, this same philosophy has driven JM Vistec System’s financial success to become Asia-Pacific’s leading distributor of complete machine or robotic vision solutions.
“Integrity is the most important part of business,” says Goh, managing director of JM Vistec. “This philosophy drives us to always provide clients the right service at the right price.”
Used for quality control inspection or product assembly, JM Vistec’s machine vision solutions stand out because they cover the whole range from industrial cameras to sensors and imaging software.
“We package the best technologies in the market to deliver the ultimate machine vision solutions that our customers want,” Goh says.
Catering largely to the electronics sector, JM Vistec wants to meet new customers from the aerospace, general manufacturing, and food and beverage industries.
The company is also enriching its product portfolio by launching its own products that do not compete with those of its principals.
“There is so much to explore,” Goh says. “Instead of coming up with the same product as everybody else, I want to make something different and reinvent the way we live.”
Focused on enabling machines to do more, JM Vistec is developing its own software program with a German company. JM Vistec is also working with the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology and other partners in developing an equipment that monitors if stroke patients are getting the correct therapy at home.
As the focus of the company’s expansion across Asia-Pacific, China stands to benefit the most from JM Vistec’s new products and excellent customer service.
“I think having a local partner in China will be good for us,” Goh says. “They have to be familiar with a broad range of engineering topics, from electronics and information technology, to optics and software development.”