In a move intended to increase tracking and tracing efficiency, Matrox® Imaging is today announcing a major update to its dot-matrix OCR tool—SureDotOCR™.
North Coast Technical, Inc., a Matrox® Imaging distributor (Chesterland, OH), is on hand at Automate 2017 demonstrating both 3D scanning and defect detection using Matrox Imaging technology.
At the first ever UKIVA Machine Vision Conference & Exhibition (MK Arena, Milton Keynes, UK — April 27, 2017), Matrox® Imaging will be on hand, alongside UK distribution partner Clearview Imaging, to demonstrate dot-matrix text reading using Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) based Matrox SureDotOCR technology running on the Matrox Iris GTR smart camera.
At Automate 2017, (Chicago, April 3–6, booth 2424), Matrox® Imaging will demonstrate the latest version of Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) vision software, and add-ons, paired with the high-performance, cost-effective Radient eV-CXP CoaXPress® frame grabber to create and analyze high-quality 3D profiles of an industrial component.
Matrox® Imaging will be offering classroom training on the recently released Matrox Design Assistant 5 flowchart-based machine vision software at its Montreal, Canada headquarters from May 1 to May 3.
Matrox® Imaging is offering classroom training on the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) 10 environment and tools from April 24 to April 28 at their headquarters in Montreal, Canada.
Matrox® Imaging is announcing their third consecutive inclusion as members of the Leadership in Automation “First Team” program.
At PACK EXPO 2016, the Matrox® SureDotOCR™ vision tool, the first OCR technology specifically designed to overcome the challenges involved with reading dot-matrix text, will be in use as a component of the Mettler-Toledo CIVCore software being shown at the Mettler-Toledo booth (S-1700).
Matrox® Imaging today announced the launch of the Matrox Indio input/output (I/O) and communication card for vision applications. The PCIe® x1 add-in card offers discrete I/Os with real-time synchronization and industrial networking using the EtherNet/IP™, Modbus®, and PROFINET protocols, turning any PC into a vision controller.