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Teledyne Lumenera

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About Teledyne Lumenera

Teledyne Lumenera is a developer and manufacturer of digital cameras and custom and OEM imaging solutions used for industrial and scientific applications. It is based in Ottawa, Ontario.

Headquarters Location

7 Capella Crt.

Ottawa, Ontario, K2E 8A7,

Canada

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  • Where is Teledyne Lumenera's headquarters?

    Teledyne Lumenera's headquarters is located at 7 Capella Crt., Ottawa.

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