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Radiant Vision Systems Moves to Larger Facility

Radiant Vision Systems, a provider of visual test and inspection solutions for lighting and displays, has moved its global headquarters to a new location in downtown Redmond, WA. The new two-story facility is just six miles from the company's previous single-story location in the Redmond Ridge area, but accommodates larger square footage. The move supports expansion of the company's engineering, support and manufacturing teams to meet demands for solutions development in light and display measurement as well as advanced vision inspection. From its new headquarters facility, Radiant will continue to support its global office locations in North America, China and Korea, and its distributor network.

"The relocation of our corporate headquarters is a significant step forward for Radiant," said Hal Yamazaki, Radiant Executive Vice President. "The move signifies business growth and provides an opportunity for Radiant to explore new technology development, applications and production goals. Already, we have broadened our expertise beyond measuring standard flat panel displays and light sources. In recent years, Radiant has developed measurement solutions for emerging markets like augmented and virtual reality, head-up displays, near-infrared for gesture detection or autonomous vehicle sensing and new displays using high-resolution OLED and microLED technology. The growing number and variability of these applications demands a diversification of our offerings and a corresponding plan to implement resources to accomplish this."

Radiant's new facility provides space for additional R&D activities and imaging labs, manufacturing and fabrication and business operations, which impact new solutions development and production capacity to support its global customers. Radiant counts many major brand names among its clients, including consumer electronics, automotive, lighting and aerospace firms, who invest heavily in continuous product development to incorporate emerging technologies. "The evolution of our customers' products has been the driving force of Radiant's growth," said Yamazaki. "In order to meet a customer's design and quality control needs, we must be agile to address new technology types that enable their competitive advantage. This means ensuring our investment matches that of our customers. We remain customer-focused in our strategy and as we begin this new chapter in Radiant's history we look forward to continuing to provide industry-leading products and to serve our customers better than ever."

For more information contact:

Radiant Vision Systems

18640 NE 67th Court

Redmond, WA 98052


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