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Adept Technology Reports Growth in 1Q 2009
Year-to-year revenues increase due to an increase in core robotics business. Company continues to see strong interest in the solar and packing vertical market segments. Quarter-to-quarter revenue drop attributed to historical, seasonal, Q4 declines.
By Dan Kara


Year-to-year revenues increase due to an increase in core robotics business. Company continues to see strong interest in the solar and packing vertical market segments. Quarter-to-quarter revenue drop attributed to historical, seasonal, Q4 declines.

Other Adept business lines include vision-based guidance and inspection products, robot and motion controllers, robotics programming language/environment(s), along with part feeder(s).

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