Montrose Technologies is a global leader in automated vision inspection and material handling solutions for the processed food industry.
Built on the legacy Dipix brand, the innovative new Montrose systems provide customers with solutions that reduce operating costs, improve product quality, and generate critical production data. At the core of our expertise is a unique 2D/3D/color imaging engine that provides accurate size, shape and color information for randomly-oriented, fast-moving objects. This core technology is used in all of our inspection systems and ensures that every product is identified, analyzed and, if necessary, individually removed or diverted from the product stream.
Our products are well established in the food industry, including a wide range of innovations such as bottom color scanning, individual piece rejection, and automatic laning and balancing for packaging. Every system is developed in conjunction with our customers to ensure that the installed solution meets all of the customer's project requirements.
Currently, there are over 250 Montrose and Dipix systems installed worldwide, including installations in North America, Asia, Europe and Australia. Our customer list includes some of the biggest names in the food industry.
Montrose Technologies is headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Vision in baking since 1998.
1051 Baxter Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2C 3P2 Tel: +1-613-562-1113 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Some of our customers
Bimbo Bakeries USA
George Weston Bakeries
April 2019 - Montrose to attend IBIE in Las Vegas in Sept. Visit at booth #2367 in the North Hall.
January 2019 - Montrose ships multiple inspection and handling systems following repeat orders from a major US bakery in the breakfast foods market.
November 2018 - Montrose installs novel multi-stage inspection and sorting system for the snack foods industry.
September 2017 - Multiple unit shipment of the updated, compact MT-24 24" inspection system. The shipments included the bottom color option.
December 2016 - Multiple orders already received for the SnapQCTM , the economical, feature-rich, off-line measurement station.
October 2016 - Montrose to introduce the compact SnapQCTM off-line measurement station at IBIE 2016.
November 2015 -Montrose ships multiple units of vision systems with expanded capability to measure top and side colors of snack products.