Microscan to launch new AutoVISION machine vision software at AIA Vision Show

March 24, 2014
Microscan will introduce the latest version of its AutoVISION machine vision product suite, version 3.0, at the AIA Vision Show in Boston from April 15-17.

Microscan will introduce the latest version of its AutoVISION machine vision product suite, version 3.0, at the AIA Vision Show in Boston from April 15-17. Newly added features in the AutoVISION 3.0 software release include additional machine vision capabilities such as optical character recognition with IntelliText algorithms for hard-to-read text, DotCode symbol support, barcode quality verification reports in PDF or plain text, and four password-protected security levels to control access to software functionality. In addition, the new web-based CloudLink HMI feature generates a visual display of AutoVISION machine vision inspection data on any browser-enabled device, including smartphones and tablets. CloudLink has a customizable dashboard interface that enables real-time viewing of linked inspection images and results while the application programming interface allows CloudLink to be added to custom software.

Microscan will also launch the new industrial Vision MINI Xi, a fully-integrated smart camera with embedded Ethernet, serial connectivity, a 24-volt interface, and optically-isolated I/O that was designed for industrial machine vision applications.

AIA Vision Show booth number: 323

To Learn More:

Contact:Microscan
Headquarters: Renton, WA, USA
Product:
AutoVISION 3.0 product suite
Key Features:
OCR with IntelliText algorithms for hard-to-read text, DotCode symbol support, barcode quality verification reports in PDF or plain text, four password-protected security levels to control access to software functionality, CloudLink HMI.

What Microscan says:

View more information on AutoVISION 3.0

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Since joining the team 2013, James covered machine vision and imaging from numerous angles, including application stories, industry news, market updates, and new products. In addition to writing and editing articles for each issue of the magazine, James managed the Innovators Awards program and webcasts.


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