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Matrix Vision turns 25

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Oppenweiler-based vision company, Matrix Vision, has celebrated its 25th anniversary. Founded by Gerhard Thullner and Werner Armingeon, the company now manufacture smart cameras, such as the Security Mark Reader (mvSMR) for detecting security marks on products. The camera is equipped with a 400MHz processor and a 1,600 x 1,200 pixel sensor.

The company has also developed frame grabbers for industrial applications. Uwe Furtner, junior partner at Matrix Vision, commented: ‘We always develop solutions in close cooperation with the customer. This ensures that the right technology is employed in all cases.’

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