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  • Interface for uEye Cameras
Sep 2009
IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbHRequest Info
OBERSULM, Germany, Sept. 3, 2009 – IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH has announced the release of a software interface for Cognex Corp.’s VisionPro and Cognex Vision Library (CVL). This new interface supports all industrial cameras that make up the uEye family and includes USB and GigE cameras. IDS and Cognex combined efforts in the development of this interface to ensure that all uEye cameras, which are available with resolutions ranging from VGA up to 10 megapixel, will successfully interface with VisionPro and CVL and together provide a powerful vision solution to all customers.

uEye.jpgCognex VisionPro is one of the most widely used software tools for industrial vision, and CVL is a popular image processing library used by developers worldwide to create vision applications in C++.

uEye cameras from IDS are known for their flexibility, performance, and quality hardware and software support.

The Cognex interface for the uEye cameras is available for download individually or as part of the latest uEye software package, version 3.40. To download it, visit IDS’ Web site.

For more information, visit:  

IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH
Dimbacher Strasse 6-8
74182 Obersulm
Phone: +49 7134 961 96 0
Fax: +49 7134 961 96 99


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