Major CVB machine vision programming library updates released by Stemmer Imaging

The new APIs provide functionality for hyperspectral and polarization imaging, and OPC UA machine communication.

Stemmer Imaging Cvb Library Updates

Stemmer Imaging has released three new APIs for its Common Vision Blox (CVB) software, to provide functionality for hyperspectral and polarization imaging, and OPC UA machine communication.

The three new object-oriented APIs for CVB Image Manager and CameraSuite 2019, that support C++, .NET, and Python, according to the manufacturer eliminate programming issues in lifetime and memory management. They are compatible with existing CVB API. Linux support covers Ubuntu 18.04 and 16.04 on Intel platforms and ARM, and CVB software protection also functions on ARM.

The CVB Foundation Package 2019 allows OPC UA server and client functionality. Polarization provides easy access to data from polarization sensors from Teledyne DALSA and Sony. CVB Spectral is a complete toolbox for acquiring and preparing data from hyperspectral cameras and ENVI files, including the ability to acquire, save, and load data-cubes.

The CVB Polimago machine learning tool is also now available for Linux on Intel and ARM platforms, a raw recording method has been added to CVB movie, and CUVA support has been added to the 64-bit Windows version of CVB ShapeFinder. An NVIDIA Jetson version is also available on request

The new APIs are available for download for Windows and Linux on the Stemmer Imaging website.

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