Basler has introduced pylon 7, a new release of the company’s image processing software. The new release includes pylon vTools, software that allows users to design, test, and integrate structure recognition, object positioning, and code recognition into their image-processing applications. The software includes both image acquisition and image processing functionality. It does not require extensive training, and even users without image-processing expertise will be able to create “recipes” and integrate them into their existing architecture, Basler says. Licenses can be purchased for small, cost-effective modules based on customer needs. After online activation, users can test pylon vTools free of charge for 80 days. The software is available for Windows and Linux x86.
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Headquarters: Ahrensburg, Germany
Product: pylon vTools
Key Features: Image processing and acquisition from a single source, Easy to use, Matched to Basler’s camera portfolio
What Basler says: View more information on Pylon vTools.
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