Microscan is planning to display its latest machine vision technologies at the upcoming American Association for Clinical Chemistry Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo 2011. This event attracts clinical lab technologies from across the world and is scheduled between July 26 and July 28, 2011 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
Microscan is a worldwide provider of embedded barcode imagers and scanners that serve clinical diagnostic purposes. The products from Microscan are known for their accuracy and compact design. The products that would be showcased at the Expo are Vision MINI smart cameras, AutoVISION and Embedded 1D and 2D barcode scanners and imagers. The Vision MINI camera is an extremely compact vision system and can be reliably used in inspection applications and embedded identification. The camera has a very small form factor which facilitates flexible positioning in narrow areas, especially in OEM applications. The Vision MINI smart camera is equipped with a total vision toolset, integrated lighting and lens; above all it comes with assured long-term support and availability.
The AutoVISION, is machine vision software that is developed to reduce the learning time that the machine vision software demands. AutoVISION is essentially a total vision tool set, which provides real time feedback while configuring a device and during programming. This product benefits engineers who are hard-pressed for time in implementing their vision applications. The last in the product list are the embedded one or two-dimensional barcode scanners and imagers. These products are particularly useful in laboratory automations and clinical diagnostics by providing accurate collection of data. Some of the products in this league are laser scanners, 2D imagers, handheld readers, direct part mark readers and many more.