embedded system for machine-vision and imaging - Matrox 4Sight-X

München, (PresseBox) - Matrox Imaging has launched the Matrox 4Sight X, the latest generation of embedded systems that integrate video capture, processing and display.

The rugged construction and small footprint make Matrox 4Sight X ideal for any environment. Built upon an embedded Intel 64-bit multi-core architecture, Matrox 4Sight X is equipped with either a Core2 Duo or Celeron processor, as well as an Intel GMA x3100 2D/3D graphics engine to offload image processing.

For image acquisition, 4Sight X features dual integrated Gigabit-Ethernet-ports for GigE-Vision and three IEEE 1394 a/b ports for Industrial Instrumentation Digital Camera (IIDC).
Optional frame grabbers for x4 PCIe / 32-bit PCI can acquire video from analog, digital RS-422/LVDS, and Camera Link sources. Complementary hardware compression capability is also available. All optional hardware (for image acquisition and compression) is pre-installed and configured at the factory.

Microsoft Windows XP Embedded is available on the system; applications are programmed with the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL). Like hardware, software is pre-installed so developers have a simpler process and can get their product to market sooner. Matrox 4Sight X is manufactured in-house with stringent change control so a consistent supply is available throughout its long life cycle, helping to maximize ROI.

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