Archive for 2010

MVC Moves to New Office Space in Westborough!

Friday, December 10th, 2010 by Kathryn Dannay

Machine Vision Consulting (MVC) has moved to new office space in Westborough! Just a stone’s throw from our old digs at 28R Milk Street, is our new space at the Westborough Mill at 69 Milk Street.

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SureLabel Featured in Vision Systems Design Magazine Article

Thursday, October 14th, 2010 by Kathryn Dannay

New SureLabel product is featured in Vision Systems Design News: October 2010 Issue, Sweet Success. The article highlights how SureLabel is being used to verify ice cream container packaging.

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MVC Anounces New SureLabel Product

Monday, September 13th, 2010 by Jeff Dannay

MVC Anounces New SureLabel Product that is a powerful and flexible label inspection system that verifies expected pre-printed labels have been properly applied and that the expected pre-printed container has been used.

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MVC Summer 2010 Update

Monday, August 9th, 2010 by Jeff Dannay

MVC is experiencing significant growth in part from our new partnerships with Knouse Foods and Allens Inc. where we are deploying our CircumSpect and CodeSure products. To accommodate this growth, we have added three new employees and opened a new build facility for the fabrication and construction of our deliverable systems.

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User Experience in Product Design at Machine Vision Consulting: Part 2

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010 by Kathryn Dannay

In Part 1 of this series, we briefly reviewed the importance of user roles, task scenarios, and the layout of displayed information in the design of MVC’s products. In part 2, we review how Machine Vision Consulting also incorporates key usability principles into the design of our product user interfaces.

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User Experience in Product Design at Machine Vision Consulting: Part 1

Friday, April 23rd, 2010 by Kathryn Dannay

MVC understands that just because machine vision applications are complex, the user interfaces to successfully run the applications do not have to be. In this two part series, MVC’s usability expert highlights how MVC approaches product design to insure usability principles are incorporated throughout the process, resulting in an intuitive interface that becomes transparent to the user in the accomplishment of the task.

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Latest Patent Issued on MVC Technology

Monday, March 8th, 2010 by Nelson Tarr

Machine Vision Consulting (MVC) has been notified that the US Patent and Trademark Office granted a patent on technology we developed in conjunction with one of our customers. MVC’s CTO and Co-Founder, Phil Gouin, and I are among the Inventors on the patent. We also use MegaPath when building a network security. While for the [...]

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Storing Metrology Results Using Excel Automation

Thursday, February 11th, 2010 by Nelson Tarr

Machine Vision Consulting (MVC) often provides metrology applications for measurement of part features. Frequently, raw measurements are saved in simple file formats such as ‘csv’ or ‘txt’. These formats require additional programs for analysis and reporting of the data.
One convenient way MVC streamlines the analysis and reporting process is to store data in formatted Excel [...]

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Inspecting and Verifying Un-oriented Round Containers

Monday, January 25th, 2010 by Joe Gugliotti

CircumSpect(TM) is used to inspect cylindrical labeled containers that cannot be oriented on the conveyor.

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MVC is Updating their Website!

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010 by Jeff Dannay

MVC is revamping its entire website, making it more industry and product focused.

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