Teknique appoints Mike Riley executive chair

Teknique is an Albany-based, Kiwi high-tech manufacturer. 
Teknique executive chair Mike Riley

Teknique, a global computer-vision company for consumer and commercial applications, has appointed Mike Riley as executive chair.

Riley, a former CEO of Compac Sorting Equipment and Endace Group, has significant experience in leading Kiwi high-tech manufacturing companies into international markets including Europe and the USA.  

Riley joins Teknique as global brands and manufacturers race to invest in AI-enabled vision solutions to improve personalisation, safety and quality.  Teknique’s products are integrated into many consumer and commercial products from smart home devices, automated drones and robotics to professional security and commercial fleet cameras.

Founder and CEO Ben Bodley established Teknique in 2004, based on Auckland’s North Shore, with offices in Munich and Seattle. Today the company distributes its Oclea range of off-the-shelf integrated camera modules via Macnica in Europe and North America, while providing bespoke solutions direct to clients worldwide.

“As Teknique scales up to take advantage of international growth opportunities created by advances in AI and its widespread integration into computer-vision solutions, we need support and advice from someone with proven experience,” Bodley said. 
 

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