Robotic VISION Technologies releases eVisionFactory software update

Dec. 19, 2013
Robotic VISION Technologies eVisionFactory 6.5 software platform enables users users to build repeatble vision guidance robotic systems with plug-and-plug components, while offering additional support for industrial cameras, improvements for GigE camera connectivity, and additional support for more robots.

Robotic VISION Technologies (RVT) originally released its eVisionFactory 6.0 software in 2010 as a suite for creating vision guided robotic systems.The 3D software platform enabled users to build repeatble vision guidance robotic systems with plug-and-plug components. Version 6.5, the newly released suite, offers more flexibility, employee collaboration and safety, ease of handling parts, reduced downtime, reduced cycle time, cost savings, and standardization, according to RVT. eVF 6.5 also provides additional support for more industrial cameras, easier job setup, and improvements for GigE camera connectivity (auto reconnect, auto resolution). In addition, the software supports more robots, including those from FANUC, KUKA, and MOTOMAN.

To Learn More:

Contact:Robotic VISION Technologies
: Great Falls, VA, USA
eVisionFactory 6.5 software
Key Features:
Improvement for GigE camera connectivity (auto reconnect, auto resolution), supports more robots (Including FANUC, KUKA, and MOTOMAN models), increased flexibility and employee collaboration.

What Robotic VISION Technologies says:
View more information on eVisionFactory software.

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