Allied Vision updates free vision software development kit

  • March 16, 2016
  • Allied Vision Technologies
  • News

March 16, 2016 - Allied Vision releases free Vimba 2.0 Software Development Kit that supports Windows 10 and can be used in combination with Allied Vision's GigE Vision, Firewire, Camera Link and USB3 Vision interface cameras.

The software combines the advantages of standardized GenICam features with an easy-to-use graphical user interface. The software widgets ensure a quick start and access to the latest camera features. First-time users can intuitively configure the camera, save their settings and load them in their own application. Tedious manual configuration is no longer an issue. Users do not need to be well versed in GenICam to rapidly prototype their application. The beginner-friendly graphical user interface makes it comfortable to adjust key settings such as exposure time, color, region of interest, triggering. At the same time, GenICam experienced users can still manage the feature settings by using the original GenICam feature list. For designers, systems integrators, and end users, programming and creating their systems with Vimba has become easier than ever.

The compatibility of Vimba with various operating systems makes the use of Vimba 2.0 very flexible. Vimba 2.0 is compatible with Windows, Linux, and Linux for ARM. This opens up a world of possibilities for users as they can design their systems without any operating system compatibility issues. Users can simply port their application to another operating system or processor architecture. With the ARMv7 processor support, developers can easily design their Allied Vision camera into an embedded vision system. The architecture of Vimba not only allows easy use on its own, but can also connect to third-party software (such as Mathworks, Cognex, MVTec, Norpix, OpenCV, Matrox, Common Vision Blox, etc.). GenICam-based software automatically detects the camera through Vimba's transport layers. Vimba supports the most popular programming languages (C, C++, .NET) and can control all camera interfaces with the same Application Programming Interface (API).


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