Microscan announces series of training events for barcode and machine vision technologies
Microscan has announced a series of live “New Technology Workshops” to introduce and educate on the company’s latest machine vision and barcode reading solutions.
Attendees at the events, which kicked off at the Microscan Northeast Technology Center in Nashua, NH, are invited to meet and collaborate with Microscan experts to learn how new automation technology can benefit their operations. Microscan will showcase its HS-51X wireless handheld imager, which features a 1.2 MPixel CMOS image sensor with a 1280 x 960 pixel array, dual field optics for wide and high density fields, and IP54 industrial enclosures. The imagers also feature decode algorithms, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, 1300 milliamp Lithium-ion battery with life up to 50,000 reads, 32 MB of memory, and LED indicators.
The company will also showcase its AutoVISION machine vision suite, including the new customizable CloudLink mobile monitoring interface, which generates a visual display for AutoVISION machine vision inspection data on any browser-enabled device.
The latest version of the AutoVISION machine vision product suite includes newly-added features 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 company will showcase the Vision MINI Xi miniature industrial camera, which is a fully-integrated smart camera with embedded Ethernet designed for industrial machine vision applications, as well as offer hands-on product demonstrations and technology labs for all products.
Events are currently scheduled in the United States, Germany, Brazil, Korea, Mexico, The Netherlands, and England.
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