Antares Vision to Open Software Development Center in Ireland

Antares Vision (antaresvision.us), a leading provider of serialization-based track and trace solutions for the pharmaceutical industry, and manufacturer of precision inspection machines for 100% production line verification of pharma products, will establish a Software Development Center in western Ireland’s Galway Technology Centre. The facility, which will create more than 50 jobs in computer vision and artificial intelligence over five years, will focus on developing new software tools utilizing deep learning as it relates to vision systems.

Already a leader in preparing customers for compliance with approaching and evolving pharma serialization mandates, Antares Vision seeks to develop advanced methods for mining the tremendous amount of data generated through track & trace, allowing its customers to move beyond mandatory compliance and build stronger business practices. The center also will be a hub for enhancing the company’s well-regarded series of vision systems, utilized around the world for product inspection as well as track & trace efforts.

The new Software Development Center reflects Antares Vision’s organic growth, a natural next step as major serialization mandates go from pending to fully enacted and customers look for solutions to build upon incorporated compliance technologies,” says Antares Vision CEO Emidio Zorzella. “It also further expands our footprint. Already present in Italy, Brazil, the US, France, Germany, South Korea, and soon India, our new R&D Center in Galway adds another important arm to our global presence — one that will help ensure our ability to provide innovative, technologically advanced products and solutions.”

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