GlobalVision, one of the world leaders in the development of innovative proofreading technologies, is set to unveil a new scanner and present its latest advancements in quality control tools at Labelexpo in Brussels, hall 3, stand 3D65, September 25-28. GlobalVision will also host a press conference for industry journalists, on September 27 at 10:15-10:45 a.m.
“The unveiling of our new scanner technology with unsurpassed performance is an exciting show highlight for GlobalVision and will be of great interest to visitors and journalists at Labelexpo Europe. The full range of advanced features will be disclosed at the press conference and live demonstrations of the new scanner will be available throughout the show,” said Reuben Malz, founder and CEO of GlobalVision and spokesperson of the press conference.
In addition to the new scanner technology launch, GlobalVision will also showcase the 4.1 desktop version of its unified Quality Control Platform, with software advancements including faster speed of loading files and inspection time, and cloud-based deployment available in HTML 5. Show visitors will also see ticket updates of their integrated Quality Control Platform with Esko’s workflow server Automation Engine 16, an award-winning customised solution that performs automatic quality control checks in spelling, text, barcodes, braille, colours and other packaging specific artwork in the prepress workflow.
Designed to eliminate printed artwork and copy related errors, GlobalVision’s automated proofreading software solutions provide all-in-one quality assurance at every stage of the workflow process. GlobalVision’s scanners with advanced error detection can inspect a range of printed materials such as foil, reflective print, thin leaflets, folded inserts/outserts, press sheets, label webs, shrink film, drawings, corrugated, labels, cartons, and film.
“We look forward to welcoming label and packaging brand owners, and printers to our stand: for a personal introduction to our new scanner and latest Quality Control Platform technology, which adds a high level of proofreading accuracy and inspection efficiency to their packaging workflow,” concluded Malz.