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CVB 2011 MultiOS Service Pack 2

2 Oct 2014

STEMMER IMAGING announces Service Pack 2 for Common Vision Blox 2011 MultiOS and CameraSuite MultiOS.

The latest service release of Common Vison Blox includes a variety of innovative new functions for image acquisition and processing, as well as an improved set of display methods. Different functions for plotting lines, circles and ellipses destructively into an image, as well as some algorithms for watershed transformation and wavelet transformation have been implemented. Various distance transforms and gradient-based image segmentations, some new color space conversions and morphology functions are now available to ensure a quick and reliable vision application development.

New driver for Cognex VisionPro

Service Pack 2 also includes the new VisionPro CVB driver, an acquisition adapter for Cognex VisionPro software, which acquires images from every CVB compliant image acquisition device into Cognex VisionPro.

GigE Vision and GenICam

The GenICam integration has been updated to GenApi 2.3, with CameraSuite now also available for Microsoft Windows and for Linux Ubuntu – both in 32-bit and 64-bit.

The new release is completed by a set of new hardware drivers for latest Silicon Software ME V and DALSA Xcelera PX8 acquisition boards.

Powerful vision tools

Included with delivery of Service Pack 2 are also the recently launched powerful tools:

  • CVB Flex Inspect: Innovative tool for flexible print & pattern inspection of objects with background deviations

  • CVB Optical Flow: A powerful and highly optimized tool for the determination of localised motion in live video data

  • CVB Video Stabilizer: Optimized algorithm for determination and compensation of full image movement in image data

CVB Foundation Package
  • High performance foundation package for Common Vision Blox
  • Rapid, easy-to-use entry-level solution
  • Contains the most important algorithms required for image processing