Founded in 1994, IMAGO Technologies has been successfully designing and selling embedded vision components for more than 20 years.
What drives our business are inventions.
We see ourselves as architects for machine vision computers, smart cameras, and software knowing the needs and trends to invent, design and build hardware components and systems. The embedded IPCs and intelligent cameras are able to control machines or to control products produced on machines.
Fields of Application
Machine vision computers and smart cameras for industrial applications. Select your industry.
You can’t build superb products without great people: IMAGO boasts a talented team of hardware and software developers, assembly, and service teams as well as business-driven folk. The following employees are the ambassadors of IMAGO, looking after customers across the globe.
Carsten Strampe is the founder and CEO of IMAGO Technologies GmbH, formerly known as Strampe Systemelektronik GmbH & Co KG. For more than 25 years he has been directing and managing IMAGOS year-over-year growth becoming a major player in the machine vision components industry. He is constantly pushing new technologies to the next level.
Karola Krostewitz, a business graduate, has been with IMAGO since the very beginning. Her team is responsible for accounting, controlling, purchasing and human resources. “Our colleagues are experts in bits & bytes, we are experts in euros.”
Christoph has a master’s degree in industrial engineering from the technical university of Darmstadt. He joined IMAGO in 2021 and has experience as a technical sales specialist at AVL Deutschland GmbH. As he has a background in mechanical engineering, he understands the needs of our international machine builders.
Fabian Garbs, graduate physicist, has more than 10 years of experience in technical sales for high-tech products. The implementation of optical measuring techniques into the customer specific environment was one of his main focuses. He is driven by the question: “When may I also help you to bring the use of industrial image processing to the next level?”