Industry Visiting

Industry Visit to TT VISION Technologies Sdn. Bhd.


General Information:

Situated at Bayan Lepas FIZ 4, Penang, Malaysia, this company was established in 2000. The Directors of this company are Mr. Goon Koon Yin and Mr. Joe Wong. Their nature of business is on machine vision development.


Company Introduction:

Malaysia Automated Machine Vision Inspection System Application Provider

TT VISION is a technology driven company specializing in the development of automated machine vision solutions. They offer one of the most cost effective PC-based vision systems through innovative solutions developed in-house. The high speed, high accuracy and highly repeatable system is the result of years of research of refinement from field tests. Today, their vision systems are installed worldwide in multi-national facilities from USA, China, Philippines, Costa Rica and Malaysia.


TT Vision Technology is one of the Golden Bull Award honors the best of Malaysia SMEs in 2005. The Golden Bull Award is a symbol of outstanding SMEs that deserve recognition with achievement in its own right to be shared. TT Vision Technology provides excellent quality of machine vision inspection system and application.


Tours in Penang, Malaysia

Penang Island, popularly known as the Pearl of the Orient is located on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is connected to the mainland by the Penang Bridge, one of the longest bridges in the world. Whilst embracing modernity by being the top 3 most developed and industrialized states in Malaysia, Penang still retains its traditions and old charms. Georgetown, the capital of Penang, a UNESCO World Heritage site holds some of the oldest and historically significant structures. It is also renowned for its diverse culinary delights and many beautiful beaches.


Penang Hill was the first colonial hill station developed in Peninsular Malaysia. Comprising Western Hill, Bukit Laksamana, Tiger Hill, Flagstaff Hill and Government Hill, it is located six km away from Georgetown. The hilly and forested area is the state's primary hill resort. Set 821m above Penang’s capital, islanders call it Bukit Bendera and it is generally about five degrees cooler than Georgetown. It is the last patch of tropical rainforest in Penang so the flora and fauna here have been protected since 1960. It does not have the same prominence as Genting Highlands, Fraser’s Hill or Cameron Highlands but it is one of Penang’s best-known tourist attractions due to its fresher climate.

Penang War Museum in Bukit Batu Maung was a fort built by the British in the 1930s. In 1941 it gained fame when it became the site where the battle for Penang against the invading Japanese army was lost. These days it is a museum open to the public and is billed as Southeast Asia’s largest war museum. Situated on the road to Teluk Kumbar on Penang’s southern coast, the fort was initially supposed to be a preserved citadel constructed as part of a plan to protect the island from foreign invasion. It is also known as Muzium Perang Pulau Pinang.

One of Penang’s most popular destinations (in fact, it’s the second most popular destination after Georgetown), Batu Ferringhi consists of a long stretch of soft, white sandy beach along a winding road named Jalan Batu Ferringhi, filled with a host of accommodation and dining options. Its night market is quite legendary, while its waters are popular spots for a range of water sports activities such as jet-skiing, parasailing and windsurfing.

There are plenty of things one can do around Georgetown. The town is filled with historical relics in the form of beautiful colonial buildings, so taking a walk around town can be quite an eye-opening experience, not to mention a pleasant one. From magnificent heritage buildings in the centre of town to lush landscapes from the top of the hills, there are many ways to explore this multi-faceted town. Go by foot or hop on a trishaw, and go to the places the locals like to go to and do as the locals do – no matter what you partake in, the journey never seem to end and the excitement never seems to stop.