The Iris GTX is a new smart camera by Matrox Imaging. Offering higher resolution sensors and more processing power than its immediate predecessor, it provides performance for a compact all-in-one vision system. Paired with flowchart-based Matrox Design Assistant X1 software, engineers and technicians can configure and deploy machine vision to the smart camera. Video capture, analysis, classification, location, measurement, reading, verification, communication, and I/O operations – as well as a web-based operator interface – are all set up within the same software. An Intel Atom x6000 series embedded processor allows the use of higher-resolution image sensors. The efficient processor enables the smart camera to handle both traditional machine vision workloads as well as deep learning inference. The smart camera also offer real-time digital I/Os for interfacing directly to automation devices. It provides GigE and USB ports, and a VGA video output to enable full integration within an automation cell or machine.
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