Allied Vision Technologies releases new version of Vimba software development kit
Allied Vision Technologies has released version 1.3 of its Vimba software development kit, which now supports ARMv7 systems and OpenMP.
Allied Vision Technologies has released version 1.3 of its Vimba software development kit, which now supports ARMv7 systems and OpenMP. ARM systems, which are used as compact, cost-effective hosts for machine vision systems, are convenient with Vimba due to platform-independent APIs for C and C++ and the support of cross-platform development. With Vimba, users can program and test their application on a Linux-based PC and compile it for their ARM system, shortening development time. In addition, Vimba provides prepared Makefiles and an application note for cross-compiling from Linux/x86 to Linux/ARM. Vimba 1.3 is GenICam-compliant and compatible with all major image processing libraries.
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Contact:Allied Vision Technologies
Headquarters: Stadtroda, Germany
Product: Vimba 1.3 software development kit
Key Features: ARM support, OpenMP support, platform-independent APIs, GenICam-compliant, Cognex adapter for VisionPro, integrated viewer.
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