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AHRENSBURG, Germany, March 31, 2010 — Basler Vision Technologies has released version 2.2 of its pylon camera driver package which can be downloaded free from the company’s Web site, including the software development kit and the Release Notes, which include descriptions of the new features and improvements.

The driver has been enhanced to include any kind of vision application. C++ programming language support has been expanded to include standard C and Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0., and Microsoft’s newer C# and VB.NET also are supported. Camera Link interface configuration is via a GenICam-compliant API. All of the new APIs have full access to all of the camera and grabbing features on the company’s FireWire and Gigabit Ethernet vision camera families.

Each new programming language extension comes with its own comprehensive documentation and a set of code samples that demonstrate the main application tasks in a simple way and that can be expanded to cover new customer applications.

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