In 1990, Dr John Lee, the founder of Asia Vision, developed the world’s first container number recognition system (CNRS) when he was working in the National University of Singapore as a researcher and he successfully applied container number recognition system to the Port of Singapore Authority. Integrating research on computer vision and neural network technology, Dr Lee developed the intelligent recognition systems. He has then focused on artificial intelligence systems and developed Hong Kong’s first robot successfully while he was a professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 1993.
In 1997, Dr Lee & Ken Wong applied the intelligent recognition technology (VECON) to the commercial market and Asia Vision became the first developer and supplier of intelligent recognition technology in Hong Kong.
Asia Vision’s license plate number intelligent recognition technology has been granted U.S. Patent (No.: 6,026,177) in 2000, US Patent (No. 8,189,919 B2) in 2012, Two Patents and 40+ Software Registrations in China. So far, with the continuous development and efforts of Asia Vision technical team, Asia Vision intelligent solutions have covered more than 70 countries and regions in the world and are applied in vehicle management and road safety, parking management, fleet management, city bayonet, toll roads and highways, speed monitoring, as well as port and container terminal logistics management, inventory management and container damage detection management. In 2022, AVT Technology (ShenZhen) is awarded Quality Management System Certificate ISO9001
Over the years, Asia Vision not only continued to develop new technologies, such as vehicle guidance and searching systems for intelligent transportation systems, bay position verification and container damage inspection for the intelligent terminal but had also continued to improve the intelligent solutions in the field. We apply the most advanced technology in different areas, to achieve unmanned container gate, automatic handling and quay crane automation. Asia Vision’s projects cover various industries such as smart transportation, parking, fleet management and container ports all around the world. It also serves government agencies and public agencies such as Customs and Civil Engineering.
With the VECON series of high-tech products, competent technical and engineering teams in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, Asia Vision provides tailor-made solutions and services to customers in different countries and various industries.
Provide the best OCR solutions to improve business efficiency and quality of life.
Till now Granted 40+ Software Registrations in PRC.
2022 AVT Technology (ShenZhen) is awarded Quality Management System Certificate ISO9001
2021 Granted a PRC Patent for Automatic Container Damage Classification and Detection System
2017 Granted a PRC Patent for Container and Vehicle Number Recognition and Container Damage Inspection System
2016 Shenzhen Da Chan Bay Quay Crane Intelligent Tally Operating System successfully communicated with Navis N4
2015 “VECON Technology” has successfully identified the license plate combinations of more than 70 countries and regions
2014 The first state of the country to successfully hang the smart tally operating system in Xiamen Hailong terminal
2013-2014 Achieved top ten in excellent companies in the electronic police industry for two consecutive years in the China Urban Intelligent Transportation Appraisal
2012 Obtained US patent (patent number: 8,189,919 B2) for “VECON Technology” method and system for container identification
2005 “VECON” is successfully identified in more than 20 countries and regions
2002-2003 Asia Vision ranked 15th and 48th in Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Technology Fast 500 Awards, ranking first and second in Hong Kong
2000 Received a US patent (patent number: 6,026,177) for “VECON Technology” Alphanumeric sequence recognition
1997 Asia Vision Technology Co., Ltd. became the first company in Hong Kong to develop optical character recognition technology.
1992 Dr Lee Chung Mong & Ken Wong invented “VECON Technology”. It became a technological core, leading to the development and installation of the world’s first container number identification system