Matrox Imaging

Matrox Imaging will demonstrate the latest version of its vision software, Matrox Imaging Library (MIL), paired with the Radient eV-CXP CoaXPress frame grabber to create and analyse high-quality 3D profiles of an industrial component.

Matrox will also demonstrate vision projects created using the recently released Matrox Design Assistant 5 flowchart-based vision software to inspect container integrity and marking. The projects will run on the new Matrox Iris GTR smart camera as well as the Matrox 4Sight GPm vision controller with two additional cameras.

The company will also exhibit: the Matrox SureDotOCR, a tool developed for MIL to read the often-distorted information applied by industrial inkjet printers; the new MIL CoPilot interactive environment, an evaluation and prototyping companion to the Matrox Imaging Library; and Matrox Design Assistant 5.

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