Matrox Imaging to offer free technical seminars
OCTOBER 19, 2007--Matrox Imaging (Dorval, QC, Canada) will be offering a series of seminars to introduce the new Matrox Iris E-Series with Design Assistant smart camera/software package.
OCTOBER 19, 2007--Matrox Imaging (Dorval, QC, Canada; www.matrox.com/imaging) will be offering a series of free, half-day seminars to introduce the new Matrox Iris E-Series with Design Assistant smart camera/software package, a family of smart cameras that support the flexibility of PC-based machine-vision systems. 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.
The Matrox Design Assistant interface allows users to 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, and read machine codes without the need for programming and scripting. 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.
"Matrox Design Assistant will bring machine vision to a wider audience," explains Fabio Perelli, product manager, Matrox Imaging. "In the seminars we will demonstrate the intuitive nature of Matrox Design Assistant's flowchart-based interface, and how users can quickly develop vision and imaging applications without programming."
The seminars will be held in various cities throughout North America and Europe, as well as Japan. For more information, go to www.matrox.com/imaging/inv/seminar_design_assistant.cfm.