GMS’s “King Cobra” S2U Short Rack Server

Gms-king-cobra-2suIntegrys is pleased to announce the release in Canada of the “King Cobra” S2U, a major breakthrough in server technology from General Micro Systems (GMS). It is the smallest, fastest server on the market, with more I/O performance and storage functionality than any other server. It replaces several 1U/2U servers, switches/routers, RAID controllers, and Auxiliary Power Units (APU) with a single 2U, 17-inch deep rack mountable (or freestanding) enclosure.

The King Cobra provides the highest SWaP efficiency in the server market while providing 100% LRU capability for minimum downtime. The S2U is targeted for applications where ruggedness, size, power, and serviceability are key factors. Only 2U high, the S2U replaces at least four other 2U servers if you count processor power, Ethernet ports, I/O adaptation, and power supplies.


  • Supports Dual Xeon® E5 processors, 20-port managed switch, 48TB RAID storage and Quad NVIDIA® GPU
  • Fully scalable server utilizing standard OpenVPX and PCIe modules
  • Supports two 6U VPX, modules, three 3U VPX modules and four full-length/height PCIe modules
  • Supports twelve 2.5” removable storage devices such as x4-PCIe Enterprise SSD and SAS/SATA drives
  • Supports removable UPS for orderly shut down and power transits (omit PCIe Card cage)
  • Dual removable fan trays with twelve Smart fans for quiet, efficient, redundant cooling
  • Triple redundant, hot swappable 3U VPX AC/DC Power Supplies for N+1 Power
  • Ultra-low SWaP, only 17” x17” x 3.25” @ 30 lb. and as low as 300W
  • Fully compliant to MIL-STD 810G, MIL-STD-1275D, MIL-S-901D, DO-160D, MIL-STD-461E and IP65

Contact Integrys at or 1-888-509-8455 to learn more about GMS products.

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Ontario Association Chiefs of Police B2B Trade Show

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Conference

August 14-17 – Ottawa, ON Canada – The Shaw Centre

Ontario Association Chiefs of Police B2B Trade Show

September 21 – Vaughan, ON Canada – Hilton Garden Inn

Missassauga, Ontario, – Integrys looks forward to welcoming attendees at the upcoming Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police B2B Trade Show. These exciting events are a chance for Integrys to showcase the latest industry innovations.

The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) presents the 111th Annual Conference “Public Safety in a Digital Age: Real Victims — Real Crime,” taking place at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, August 14-17, 2016. Discussions will encompass the growing significance of technology as an evolving threat to public safety. The conference will also include a town hall, where participants will have the opportunity to identify solutions that can positively affect police service professionals and first responders. With a balance of social and educational activities, the annual CACP conference is a must-attend event. Click to register or complete the printable registration form.

The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police B2B Trade Show (OACP) will be held on September 21, 2016  –  10 a.m. – 4 p.m., at the Hilton Garden Inn in Vaughan, ON. The event connects buyers and top-tier suppliers who service police agencies in Ontario. The OACP Trade Show will feature products geared towards helping police service professionals and first responders remain equipped with the best technology available. Click to learn more.

Integrys is proud to participate in and exhibit at both of these events. This year we will be showcasing Reveal Media high-definition body-worn video and mobile license plate recognition systems. These award-winning secure body-worn video systems record what happens on the front line and provide support, reassurance, and confidence for frontline officers. 

We offer Automated License Plate Recognition (LPR/ANPR). License plates are read automatically and compared to known hotlists in the patrol vehicle, alerting officers faster. 

Additionally, Capita will be there to showcase their Digital Evidence Management suite of products known globally as EvidenceWorks®. This built-for-policing digital platform is scalable to intake and store digital evidence from any source – CCTV, Body Worn Cameras, CSI imagery, public provided images, and video.

Rounding out our team of innovators will be RGB Spectrum. They will present their line of video wall processors and multi-viewers that display real-time, high-resolution images from multiple sources across video walls, projector screens, or a single monitor. RGB products are found in emergency operations centers, control rooms, simulation and training, video surveillance, and other collaborative work environments across the country.

For more information, contact Brian Flippance, CEO/President at or 905-502-2081.

Integrys at CANSEC 2016

CANSEC 2016, Canada’s Global Defence & Security Trade Show, was held in nation’s Capital May 25-26, and the Integrys team was there to take in all the action. Along with partners CohuHD, RGB Spectrum and General Micro Systems (GMS), Integrys showcased military video and computing technologies to many of Canada’s defence industry leaders.

CANSEC is Canada’s largest defence and security show, and was a great place to showcase new technologies such as CohuHD’s RISE 4360HD  video positioner which can withstand hurricane force winds while capturing HD video.

The RGB Spectrum QuadViewUHD, a high performance Ultra High Definition Quad screen splitter capable of displaying up to four sources on a single display in any configuration, had attendees stopping and lingering at the Integrys booth.

Also generating lots of interest was GMS displayed Mil-Spec computers such as the new King Cobra S2U rack mount server. The king Cobra has unmatched performance, scalability and functionality in a 2U envelope.  It is designed to replace as much as 8U worth of traditional Rack Mount computers and peripherals into a 2U space.

CANSEC 2017 planning is already underway, and the Integrys hopes to see familiar and new faces next year. To find out about CohuHD, RGB Spectrum or General Microsystems call or email the Integrys team today.

Tel: 1 888-509-8455


Canadian Association of Chiefs of police 111th annual conference /Association canadienne des chefs de la Conférence annuelle 111e de police



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This year’s theme, “Public Safety in a Digital Age: Real Victims – Real Crime” will help steer discussions towards the growing significance of technology as an evolving threat to public safety in our communities.

And while the conference is centered on professional enrichment, delegates will also have an opportunity to explore the city of Ottawa – considered to be one of the most beautiful capitals in the world.

The city boasts historic architecture, an abundance of open space and parklands, and borders the province of Québec, creating a dynamic cultural atmosphere in which both French and English cultures are deeply rooted. Known for the Parliament Buildings and a vast assortment of museums, Ottawa is home to dynamic restaurants celebrating the city’s cultural diversity. The conference will be held in the stunning Shaw Centre, attached to our host hotel, The Westin Ottawa, and close to shopping in the historic Byward Market.


Click here to register online

Note: Some organizational firewalls do not permit online registration. See downloadable documents for printable registration form.

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Matrox Imaging Introduces Next-Generation Smart Camera

Matrox Iris GTR is smaller, faster, more cost-effective and ideal for factory automation applications

MONTREAL, QC CANADA — March 10, 2016 —Matrox® Imaging today announced the Matrox Iris GTR smart camera. Smaller, faster and more cost-effective than its predecessor Iris GT, the new Matrox Iris GTR is designed for systems integrators, machine builders and OEMs of factory automation solutions.


Matrox-Iris-GTR-Smart-CameraIris GTR measures just 75mm x 75mm x 54mm allowing it to fit into tight spaces. It uses On Semiconductor® PYTHON CMOS image sensors with high readout rates and an Intel® Celeron® dual-core embedded processor that allow it to inspect on faster moving lines or perform more inspections in an allotted time. Its IP67-rated housing and M12 connectors make Iris GTR dust-proof, immersion-resistant, extremely rugged and right at home in dirty industrial environments. It comes pre-installed with Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7 or Linux, giving developers the choice between the two prominent environments for running their vision application software.

“Our customers developing automated visual inspection applications are always looking to increase throughput, boost performance and reduce costs,” said Fabio Perelli, Product Manager, Matrox Imaging. “We’ve taken their feedback and packed the new Matrox Iris GTR with the features they need to tackle demanding projects within tight budgets.”

“At SVIA, our goal is to support manufacturers in their efforts to make themselves more competitive through automation using our standardized, flexible, user-friendly, robotic solutions”, said Matthias Grinnemo, Technical Manager, SVIA. “As a long-time user of Matrox smart cameras, we look forward to the new Iris GTR, which is sure to help us further out commitment to helping customers minimize the cost per part produced in their factories.”

The Iris GTR line offers a choice of monochrome and color image sensors with resolutions from VGA to 5 Mpixels. A dedicated LED intensity control interface simplifies setup and use of the overall machine vision system by enabling integrating illumination regulation via an application’s user interface. A dedicated interface for controlling a Varioptic Caspian auto focus lens also facilitates setup, use and maintenance by enabling focus position adjustments via an application’s user interface. Eight real-time GPIOs with rotary encoder support give Iris GTR the means to tightly follow and interact with fast moving production lines and equipment. In addition, a Gigabit Ethernet interface allows the smart camera to efficiently output data including images over factory networks.


Matrox Iris GTR will be available to Canadian customers through partner, Integrys beginning in May 2016; initially for running application software developed using the field-proven Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) vision software development kit. It will also be available at a later date with the Matrox Design Assistant flowchart-based integrated development environment (IDE).

For additional information and pricing, please contact integrys at 888 509 8455or

About Matrox Imaging

Established in 1976, Matrox Imaging is a leading developer of component-level solutions for machine vision, image analysis and medical imaging. Products include frame grabbers, vision processors, imaging computers, smart cameras and application development software. Headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Matrox is a privately held company with offices in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany and Hong Kong. For more information, visit

Is Machine Vision Right for Your Company?

 Integrys will be exhibiting at the First Canadian AIA machine vision conference in Ottawa on October 7th, 2015.

– Gain valuable insight into how you can improve your operations and prepare for expanding global competition.
– Network with leading companies that are driving modern advancements in vision technology.
– Be the first to know what’s coming next! Hear from industry experts and cutting edge vision research.
– Listen to real-world examples of how machine vision drives success from the integrators and users themselves.
– A free, guided tour of the National Research Council of Canada’s cutting edge imaging laboratories and Photonics Fabrication Centre.

Register to Attend AIA’s First Canadian Machine Vision Conference!

Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) Classroom Training Scheduled for October 2015

MONTREAL – Aug. 24, 2015 — Matrox Imaging is offering classroom training on the latest Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) processing tools and the MIL/MIL-Lite environment October 19–23 at the Montreal, Canada headquarters.


Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) Processing” is an intensive 3-day course, which explains how to select the best image processing tools for an application and demonstrates how to use them to their full potential. Created especially for the first time user, “Introduction to the MIL/MIL-Lite Environment” is a 2-day course, which includes a general overview of the library, shows how to set up a development environment and covers the basics of managing image buffers, capture and display. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their specific application requirements with Matrox technical staff.

Participants who register before September 18 will save 20% on the cost of tuition.


Training course Date Location
Introduction to the MIL/MIL-Lite Environment Monday, October 19 – Tuesday, October 20 Matrox Headquarters, Dorval (Montreal), QC, Canada
Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) Processing Wednesday, October 21 – Friday, October 23 Matrox Headquarters, Dorval (Montreal), QC, Canada
Introduction to the MIL/MIL-Lite Environment and Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) Processing Monday, October 19 – Friday, October 23 Matrox Headquarters, Dorval (Montreal), QC, Canada


Students must register for training in advance. Course descriptions and registration information can be found on the Matrox Imaging website or by