Matrox Imaging is offering another round of classroom training on the latest Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) imaging software tools, as well as the MIL/MIL-Lite environment at the company’s Montreal, Canada headquarters from April 13-17.
Matrox Imaging Library Processing is an intensive three-day course which explains how to select the best image processing tools for an application and demonstrates how to use them to their full potential. In addition, Matrox is offering Introduction to the MIL/MIL-Lite Environment, which is a two-day course that includes a general overview of the software and shows users how to set up a development environment and cover the basics of managing image buffers, capture, and display.
Participants who register before March 13 will save 20% on the cost of tuition. The schedule is as follows:
- Introduction to the MIL/MIL-Lite Environment: April 13-14
- Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) Processing: April 15-17
In addition to these classes, Matrox Imaging can accommodate those looking for MIL training material who will not be able to attend these classroom sessions. More information can be obtained by emailing here.
First released in 1993, MIL is a collection of software tools for developing machine vision, image analysis, and medical imaging software applications. It includes tools from application feasibility and prototyping to development and deployment. MIL enables image capture, processing, analysis, annotating, display, and archiving, all of which are designed to reduce the time and effort required to bring a solution to market.
Matrox recently announced a significant update to the Matrox Imaging Library. Read more about this here.
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