About COMPANY

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Established by Paul Wilson in 2006 as a distributor of machine vision components, Scorpion Vision Ltd (SVL) has two distinct business divisions with global sales. With year-on-year growth, the business is known for its professional sales and service and has become the de facto supplier of imaging technology to many engineering companies who rely on the skills and expertise at SVL to provide the right product, not just in terms of its suitability for the application but with reliability and continuity of supply.

We represent a number of key manufacturers of imaging products, which include machine vision lenses, industrial cameras, imaging modules and machine vision LED products. Of course, we also provide the Scorpion 2D and 3D Stinger™range of machine vision cameras and software.

SVL is a subsidiary of Tordivel AS of Oslo, Norway. A multi-award winning technology business that is at the forefront of machine vision technology and a global leader in 3D machine vision, Tordivel is the company behind Scorpion Vision Software™ and hardware products. The Tordivel Group is primarily focused on factory automation and has created a suite of automation machine vision products that can be integrated seamlessly into mission critical manufacturing lines.

We work with qualified machine builders who want to provide high performance machine vision as part of their offering, without the risk of badly specified and poorly performing camera systems.

As a group, we have been successfully delivering machine vision systems for 25+ years.

Working With Scorpion Vision

We often work with end customers – the manufacturer, to provide a bespoke system to ultimately improve the bottom line.

Machine Builders

We work with machine builders to provide vision technology on an OEM basis for turnkey applications.

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Thor Vollset

Founder and CEO of the Tordivel Group

Paul Wilson

MANAGING DIRECTOR

Tim Tanner

MACHINE VISION GURU

Pippa Bryne

OPERATIONS DIRECTOR