Matrox Iris GTR
is an extremely rugged, IP67-rated camera measuring just 75mm x 75mm x 54mm allowing it to fit into tight and dirty spaces. It uses On Semiconductor® PYTHON CMOS image sensors with high readout rates and an Intel® Celeron® dual-core embedded processor that allow it to inspect on faster moving lines or perform more inspections in an allotted time.
Matrox 4Sight GPm
is a vision controller featuring a unique combination of embedded PC technology, compact size, and ruggedness making it an ideal solution for machine vision applications.
Matrox Design Assistant
is the first hardware-independent integrated development environment (IDE) that lets users create an application flowchart and HMI and take machine vision projects from concept to completion in record time, without the need for conventional programming.
In the conference portion, Matrox’s Regional Sales Manager (Europe), Jason MacDonald will be offering a thought-leadership talk “Programming Advanced Vision Systems without Writing Code!” Jason will discuss and survey the options available in the latest generation of machine vision software designed to remove coding requirements and allow a wider variety of users to create their own machine vision applications. Software with this level of ease—as seen in Matrox’s Design Assistant and MIL CoPilot
—saves development time, and enables system integrators and machine builders to set up vision systems with less effort and greater confidence.
Allan Anderson, Managing Director for ClearView Imaging and Vice Chairman of UKIVA, will also be offering insight into OCR technology, the difficulty traditionally seen in reading dot matrix print from Continuous Inkjet Printers, historical ways of addressing this, and how modern OCR tools, like Matrox’s SureDotOCR can solve this problem.