Compact, industrial computer with desktop PC performance for cost-sensitive machine vision, medical imaging and video surveillance applications.
integrated video capture, processing and display platform
small footprint and rugged construction
standard and non-standard analog and digital video acquisition including Camera LinkCM and IEEE 1394 IIDC
simultaneous primary analog/digital VGA and secondary TV/analog VGA display outputs true-color graphics overlay on live video output audio input and output
Ethernet network interface
USB, RS-232 and RS-422/RS-485 communication
discrete LVTTL or opto-isolated I/Os optional mass storage for video archiving
available with Microsoft® Windows NT® 4.0
Windows® XP Embedded or Windows® CE 3.0¹
also runs Microsoft® Windows NT® Embedded 4.0¹, Windows® 2000 or Windows® XP
programmed using Microsoft® development tools and Matrox Imaging Library (MIL)
Matrox: Software Products include a highly-optimized imaging library with a common API across our entire hardware line. Designed for rapid application development, this field-proven library has over 300 functions. Additional software includes an interactive Microsoft® Windows®-based prototyping tool and a camera interface utility.
Matrox: Stand-alone Systems A unique combination of embedded PC technology, compact size and ruggedness make Matrox Imaging's stand-alone platform the ideal solution for cost-sensitive machine vision, image analysis and video surveillance applications.
Matrox: Frame Grabbers Hardware ranges from basic boards designed for very cost-sensitive applications, to frame grabbers integrating flexible, high-rate acquisition and leading-edge display technology. All products combine maximum functionality and unbeatable value.
Matrox: Vision Processors The Matrox Odyssey family of vision processors represents the culmination of vision processor design, delivering unprecedented performance and value. Powered by G4 PowerPC technology, and the Matrox Oasis custom ASIC, the Matrox Odyssey family of vision processors is capable of processing over 120 BOPS.
Dindima: Spectrum Digital color imaging system for SEMS(Scanning Electron Microscopes). Developed using the CSIRO coloring concept.