Adept & Isthmus Showcase Solar Cell Handling System at Solar Power ShowThursday, October 22, 2009
PLEASANTON, CA — Adept Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADEP), a leading provider of intelligent vision-guided robotics and global robotics services, today announced its solar cell unloading system will be showcased at the Solar Power International 2009 (SPI 2009) show in Anaheim, California in Isthmus Engineering’s booth # 753 October 27-29, 2009. The two companies have partnered to demonstrate a high-speed vision-guided solar cell handling system using the Adept Quattro™ s650 robot programmed using Adept ACE™, Adept’s fully integrated automation control environment. The application will also utilize the powerful inspection and guidance capabilities found in AdeptSight™ 3.0 an easy-to-use, standalone vision guidance and inspection package that runs on a PC.
“With the overall growth of the global solar industry the SPI show has become a premier gateway for international companies conducting business in the U.S. solar market. So we are excited to be working closely with Isthmus Engineering who has been providing automation solutions to manufacturers for over 25 years,” said John Dulchinos, president and chief executive officer for Adept Technology, Inc. “Attendees visiting the Isthmus booth will see firsthand how Adept solar products and Isthmus Engineering’s solutions help solar device and equipment manufacturers realize lower costs and improved quality.”
“This show is truly a “must attend” event that attracts the widest range of professional solar attendees so we are very excited to be participating,” said Steve Kinderman, sales director for Isthmus Engineering. “In addition to a firsthand look at the exciting solar unloading system, attendees stopping by our booth will have access to our team of automation engineering experts who can address even the most complex of solar manufacturing challenges.”
The SPI 2009 show is the premiere solar event in the US, growing from 1,100 attendees to over 22,500 in just 5 years. Approximately 900 companies will exhibit at SPI 2009, including cell and module manufacturers, inverter and other component manufacturers, material and equipment manufacturers, installers, integrators, and investors. The attendees come from all segments of the solar value chain including manufacturers, integrators and installers, large and small customers, architects and builders, and policymakers. More information and registration can be found at www.solarpowerinternational.comView all Industry News