Media Cybernetics’ Image-Pro is proud to implement support for the Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX® Capture Interface version 9.3.1 supporting Jenoptik’s ARKTUR, KAPELLA, NAOS, PROKYON, RIGEL, and SUBRA digital cameras.
Media Cybernetics continues to offer exceptional support for its hardware partners by releasing updated support for the Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX Capture Interface version 9.3.1 for Image-Pro. This release includes support for Jenoptik’s ARKTUR, KAPELLA, NAOS, PROKYON, RIGEL, AND SUBRA digital cameras. Expanding the supported devices of the Image-Pro Capture Module (300-001) provides more options to our customers that can better suit their application needs.
Jenoptik is a globally operating technology group, which is active in the three photonics-based divisions Light & Optics, Light & Production and Light & Safety as well as with VINCORION for mechatronics solutions. The PROGRES GRYPHAX® cameras from Jenoptik enable you to “Research Life”, to “Examine Elements”, to “Evaluate quality” and to “Reveal Truth”.
We support the Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX Capture Interface in Image-Pro v.10 64-bit.
Media Cybernetics is continuing the development of functionality through ongoing engineering of better and more improved modules, applications, and integration of supported devices. To find out more information and sign up for a free a trial of Image-Pro, go to http://www.mediacy.com.
Media Cybernetics develops deconvolution and image analysis software products that simplify and enhance image-based data collection and analysis for those who wish to increase accuracy and automate research, development, and quality processes. Customer diversity ranges from cell biology and neuroscience research in the life sciences to quality inspection of metals, ceramics and semiconductors in manufacturing, and to materials research on particles, coatings, and fibers. Further applications include the research of natural resources such as oil and gas, aquaculture samples, and minerals, in addition to the analysis of fingerprints, ballistics, and trace evidence for security applications. Founded and based in Maryland, the company maintains regional offices in the United Kingdom, Singapore, China and Japan to service the needs of the global imaging community.
Media Cybernetics is a subsidiary of Roper Technologies, a constituent of the S&P 500, Fortune 1000, and the Russell 1000 indices valued at over $20 billion.
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Talia Faigen, Marketing Associate
Capture Module (300-001)
Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX ARKTUR
Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX KAPELLA
Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX NAOS
Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX PROKYON
Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX RIGEL
Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX SUBRA