Imaging News

2022/12/01

Updates 114 and 115 address inference or prediction offload using the MIL X deep learning classifier, enable higher inspection rates, and open access to more applications.

2022/09/29

Now part of Zebra Technologies, Matrox Imaging will demonstrate live inspection capabilities.

2022/06/06

Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), an innovator at the front line of business with solutions and partners that deliver a performance edge, today announced it has completed its acquisition of Matrox Imaging (Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd.), a proven developer of advanced machine vision components, software and systems.

2022/05/24

Matrox® Imaging is thrilled to return to Automate for the 2022 edition of this automation event.

2022/03/15

Matrox® is pleased to announce that it has entered into a definitive share purchase agreement with Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), pursuant to which Zebra intends to acquire the Matrox Imaging division (Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd.).

2022/02/17

Matrox® Imaging has released Matrox Gecho, its event-logging tool for Matrox Rapixo CXP frame grabbers. This new utility helps developers optimize image capture and ensure proper performance.

2021/12/17

Matrox® Imaging has released a major update to its powerful software development kit (SDK), Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) X.

2021/12/02

Matrox® Imaging released Version 2109 of its flowchart-based vision software, Matrox Design Assistant® X, which includes a range of new 3D steps; supports Matrox Iris GTX smart cameras; offers OPC UA communication; features a new HDR step; and simplifies project troubleshooting and optimization.

2021/10/21
This year, Matrox® proudly celebrates its 45th anniversary. Innovation has been central to the brand’s identity since its inception, and continual evolution has propelled Matrox through decades of technological and industry change.
2021/10/12

Matrox® Imaging announces an educational initiative in collaboration with the Centre de robotique et de vision industrielles Inc. (CRVI). A donation of more than $300K in software licenses was provided to the CRVI, with the aim of furthering research and development in industrial robotics, computer vision, and artificial intelligence (AI).

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