Matrox Imaging releases intuitive smart camera / software package for machine vision
The Matrox Design Assistant interface
The Matrox Design Assistant interface draws on Matrox Imaging's two-decade history of imaging software experience. In the Matrox Design Assistant environment, users create a flow chart of the application that instructs the Matrox Iris E-Series camera to grab, process and display, perform measurements, analyze image data, read machine codes, and more. The intuitive nature of the Matrox Iris E-Series with Design Assistant eliminates the need for programming and scripting. Users benefit from simplified application development that offers the same reliability and robustness as the field-proven Matrox Imaging Library. The development environment is fully self-contained for both application development and deployment, and the integrated HTML editor and layout tool gives users the flexibility to create a custom web-based operator view for monitoring the application.
About Matrox Iris E
The Matrox Iris E-Series is a family of smart cameras that support the flexibility of PC-based machine vision systems, and feature hardware for image sensing as well as software for image capture, processing, and analysis. Matrox Iris E-Series is powered by an Ultra Low Power (ULP) Celeron®, an embedded Intel® architecture processor, and runs the Windows® CE .NET real-time operating system. Available as a single body or remote head plus processor design, Matrox Iris E-Series smart cameras offer customers a number of options for camera resolution, sensor type, and speed.
Telefon 0 81 42 / 4 48 41-0
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Halle 4 – Stand 4C26
Stuttgart – 6. bis 8 November 2007
Hersteller: Matrox Imaging
Vertrieb in Deutschland und Österreich: Rauscher
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