Former Eagle Vision CEO Joins Kepler Vision as Director Business Development

We are proud to announce that Arend van de Stadt joins the Kepler team!

Arend has a 20+ years’ experience in the successful development and  commercialization of computer vision technology. He was the founder and CEO of Eagle Vision Systems. Eagle Vision systems develops and delivers vision-based quality inspection systems. Customers are in the global packaging industry and the food & beverage industries. Eagle Vision was acquired last year by Union Park Capital, a private equity firm focusing on industrial technology companies.

At Kepler, Arend takes on the role of business development director. Arend is excited to join our team and will support the further commercialization of Kepler Vision product portfolio. “Kepler’s automated body language recognition software is unique in the world,” Arend says, “it has enormous potential, for instance for monitoring the well-being of patients in elderly care centers”.

Harro Stokman, Kepler’s CEO says: “Arend brings with him the most extensive network in clients in need of computer vision applications. Having Arend on board our team is like scoring 3-0 in the first 10 minutes of a soccer match: Fantastic to be so far ahead of other market entrants.”

We are proud to announce that Arend van de Stadt joins the Kepler team!

Arend has a 20+ years’ experience in the successful development and  commercialization of computer vision technology. He was the founder and CEO of Eagle Vision Systems. Eagle Vision systems develops and delivers vision-based quality inspection systems. Customers are in the global packaging industry and the food & beverage industries. Eagle Vision was acquired last year by Union Park Capital, a private equity firm focusing on industrial technology companies.

At Kepler, Arend takes on the role of business development director. Arend is excited to join our team and will support the further commercialization of Kepler Vision product portfolio. “Kepler’s automated body language recognition software is unique in the world,” Arend says, “it has enormous potential, for instance for monitoring the well-being of patients in elderly care centers”.

Harro Stokman, Kepler’s CEO says: “Arend brings with him the most extensive network in clients in need of computer vision applications. Having Arend on board our team is like scoring 3-0 in the first 10 minutes of a soccer match: Fantastic to be so far ahead of other market entrants.”