Imaging News

2020/04/06

In response to the extraordinary circumstances stemming from the global pandemic, Matrox® Imaging today announces new measures to support application developers as they work from home in an effort to mitigate further spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

2020/03/25

Matrox would like to report that we remain open and operational during the provincially mandated shutdown period as we are an essential supplier to our valued customers at the forefront of the battle against COVID-19.

2020/03/17

Matrox is committed to the well-being of our employees, partners, and customers as we face the ever-evolving circumstances related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Precision metalwork—from laser cutting, CNC punching, panel bending and folding, tube laser cutting and tube bending, fabrication, painting, to assembly—is a key element in industrial sectors like transportation, lighting, and machinery.

“This Matrox Imaging system enables Hydram to assure customers that the quality of parts they receive from Hydram are the best they can be. It reduces and eliminates the risk of defects escaping our business.”

Barry Edgar, Quality Assurance Manager, Hydram Sheet Metalwork

2020/02/25

With the release of Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) X, Matrox® Imaging proudly now offers support for Arm processor architecture, the most widely-used platform for embedded vision systems.

2020/02/18

Today, Matrox® Imaging is pleased to unveil Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) X, the latest name for its celebrated vision software, featuring two major updates.

Watch this recorded webinar to learn about our new, advanced, yet practical method of relative color calibration for matching.

2019/12/18

Matrox® Imaging today announces the launch of the Matrox Supersight Uno, an expandable mid-range industrial PC (IPC) in the established Matrox Supersight series of vision controllers.

2019/12/09

Today, Matrox® Imaging is pleased to announce the release of the Matrox 4Sight XV6, an expandable vision controller designed specifically to handle intensive vision applications on the factory floor.

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