GlobalVision combines its quality control options

GlobalVision has released a new version of its Quality Control Platform, which for the first time combines several of the company’s solutions into a single desktop application.

GlobalVision has combined all of its quality control software together into a single solution.

Essentially, GlobalVision’s approach is to compare the working file to a previously approved one, flagging up any errors with a report. This includes checking text, images, barcodes and braille.

For this new version GlobalVision has updated the proofing element, which now shows a side-by-side view for graphics inspection and has improved support for colour separations, and for selecting PDF boxes.

There are new inspection modes, such as the ability to select different areas for inspection and generate inspection sets and new graphics comparison modes for comparing booklets with pages in different order (All Pages Unsorted) and for comparing multiple master files to multiple sample files for batch inspections and inspecting ganged sheets. It’s also now possible to select and filter pages of a multi-page file easily for inspection and to run different inspection modes at the same time, including Graphics, Barcode and Braille.





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