Track & Trace solution from CognexLeave a Comment
In-Sight® Track & Trace is an add-on software package for Cognex In-Sight vision systems. In-Sight Track & Trace delivers a ready-to-deploy data capture and verification solution initially designed to help pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers achieve unit-level product traceability. In-Sight Track & Trace combines powerful Cognex code reading and verification software with a pre-configured job file and HMI interface that reduces setup time and makes it easy to exchange data with third party systems that is required in applications such as a full serialization solution.
In-Sight Track & Trace is GS1 and FDA 21 CFR Part 11-ready, and can be used with multiple networked In-Sight vision systems to:
- Read 2D and 1D barcodes, including Data Matrix, GS1-128, GS1 DataBar and Pharmacode.
- Verify correct ID code contents, including compliance with the GS1 Healthcare data standard.
- Grade Data Matrix codes during production to detect changes in print quality.
- Verify the accuracy of printed text.
- Detect label misalignment and skew.
Technical controls needed for FDA 21 CFR Part 11 validation are also provided, including secure user authentication and automatic audit trail generation.
In-Sight Track & Trace is easy to configure and operate using a simple touch screen interface. Developers can integrate the Track & Trace interface into a PC-based HMI or custom application using the included Cognex HMI Display Control for .NET. For a ready-to-deploy solution, In-Sight Track & Trace can also be controlled using the Cognex VisionView 700 Operator Interface panel or VisionView PC software.
Compact, all-in-one In-Sight vision systems are typically easier to integrate, maintain and validate for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance than PC-based vision systems, and are available in dozens of models to deliver the performance needed to meet the requirements of any application or packaging line.
Multipix will be demonstrating this technology at the PPMA Exhibition, NEC from 27th-29th September on Stand B58.
Download the In-sight Track and Trace datasheet