Successful CVB Technical Summit 2019 provided demos, training and application examples
28 May 2019
Topics of the lectures on the first day of the event included the possibilities for rapid prototyping in CVB using the universal programming language Python and the new CVB OPC UA tool, which enables communication and the exchange of information in networked factory environments thus simplifying the integration of image processing systems in industry 4.0 architectures.
The opportunities for users arising from the trend topics embedded vision and machine learning were also demonstrated. Of particular interest to participants were the presentations on upcoming CVB tools, which will enable new options for polarization applications, hyperspectral image processing or the use of CAD data to teach objects.
The second day of the summit focused on interactive sessions in which CVB experts from STEMMER IMAGING provided participants with valuable tips on how to make the most of CVB. These sessions covered all levels of experience from beginners to advanced CVB users and provided an attractive opportunity to find out about successful solutions and to use this knowledge for their own requirements.
"This year's CVB Technical Summit once again motivated numerous users of our software platform from all over Europe to participate," says CVB Product Manager Dr. Jon Vickers. The aim of the CVB Technical Summit is to demonstrate with practical examples that CVB is the perfect basis for the rapid and reliable development and implementation of sophisticated machine vision solutions.
"The summit has established itself as an attractive opportunity for CVB developers, programmers and technically experienced decision-makers to find out about CVB's developments, exchange experiences and to benefit from STEMMER IMAGING's expert knowledge to solve their own problems," says Vickers. "We will therefore definitely organise the CVB Technical Summit again in the coming years".
STEMMER IMAGING has been one of the leaders in the machine vision market since 1987. It is one of Europe's largest technology providers in this field. In 1997 STEMMER IMAGING presented Common Vision Blox (CVB), a powerful programming library for fast and reliable development and implementation of vision solutions, which has been deployed successfully throughout the world in more than 80,000 imaging applications in various industries.
- Platform for the development of image processing applications
- Open programming environment
- Simple to operate, combining flexibility with high performance
- High performance foundation package for Common Vision Blox
- Rapid, easy-to-use entry-level solution
- Contains the most important algorithms required for image processing