Image-analysis software

March 1, 1997
OPTIMAS 6 uses 32-bit architecture to take advantage of Pentium processors and the PCI-bus frame grabbers and Windows 95 to provide systems that run 30% faster than previous versions. The new version also includes a set of calibration tools and a range of data-sampling options. A new threshold tool can find objects automatically.

Image-analysis software

OPTIMAS 6 uses 32-bit architecture to take advantage of Pentium processors and the PCI-bus frame grabbers and Windows 95 to provide systems that run 30% faster than previous versions. The new version also includes a set of calibration tools and a range of data-sampling options. A new threshold tool can find objects automatically.

Optimas UK, West Malling, Kent, England

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