NIP Co., Ltd.

Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do, 
Korea (South)
  • Booth: B531

NIP Co., Ltd. SWIR/CMOS/Thermal cameras

Machine Vision System House

NIP Co., Ltd provides Light, Lens, Industrial Camera, Frame Grabber, S/W library and so on. We also offer the technical assistance and development support with our products.

NIP is established as Sam Hong Data System in 1984. In the early 1990s, we commercialized the character recognition software at the first time in South Korea and we are confident that we bring benefit to establish related technique. NIP has put more efforts and invest into now and future development to make customers satisfaction in order to move forward. For example our employees continually develop more enhanced technology and introduce new technology. By these efforts, we can provide the highest quality technical service to our customers. We seek customer value that we provide and share our technology and experience until they can use our product successfully. These principles come from conviction that customer's success is our future. We will always try to deliver high-quality product as their business partner.

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