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Downloads for Common Vision Blox

CVB supports both Windows (7, 8, 10) and Linux (Ubuntu/Debian based) for 32 and 64 bit Intel and ARM architectures. The fully implemented GenICam standard in conjunction with GigE Vision and USB3 Vision on all platforms provides complete hardware independence.

Get CVB software and drivers

Sophisticated acquisition drivers for all current interfaces like USB3 Vision, GigE Vision, Camera Link, CoaXPress etc. are included.

What is new in Common Vision Blox 2020?

The new release CVB 2020 offers innovative functions for extremely flexible and unsurpassed possibilities for image acquisition. Rebuilt from the ground up, the new 2020 version’s acquisition engine now delivers new capabilities to embrace the new era of complex output acquisition devices while delivering more flexibility in its use.

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MultiStream & MultiPart acquisition

The new MultiStream support enables cameras that stream multiple datasets such as prism-based cameras with colour and IR datasets, while MultiPart acquisition supports cameras that deliver complex data such as 3D cameras where separate and different formatted data needs to be transmitted, for example 3D point cloud, RGB surface and information about data integrity at the same time.

FlowSet Pool feature

For the expanding use of GPU processing, especially in Deep Learning applications, the new FlowSet Pool feature enables direct transfer into user defined memory locations such as GPU memory, improving efficiency.

Support for TurboDrive V2.0

Support for Teledyne DALSA’s TurboDrive V2.0 enables compressed image acquisition from compatible devices which provide acquisition rates of up to 3 times the interface bandwidth.

Included with all GigE Vision and USB3 Vision cameras

As with previous versions of CVB, our CVB 2020 CameraSuite is included with all GigE Vision and USB3 Vision cameras supplied by STEMMER IMAGING without additional cost.

Open Source Licenses in Common Vision Blox (CVB)

Like many software packages, CVB has been partly implemented using Open Source libraries.