Discover the state-of-the-art in image acquisition and processing
Machine vision developers can add robustness, achieve deterministic behavior, greatly minimize their CPU loads, and reduce their time-to-market.
A free webcast presented by Mike Faulkner, Director of Business Development & Sales - Americas, Silicon Software and Björn Rudde, Senior Application Engineer, Silicon Software will describe how this can be done, while also explaining strategies that can be applied from host-based system to embedded vision solutions.
The state-of-the-art in image acquisition and processing
Mike Faulkner, Director of Business Development & Sales - Americas, Silicon Software and Björn Rudde, Senior Application Engineer, Silicon Software
February 8, 2018 11:00 AM EDT
Pictured: Silicon Software’s VisualApplets software programming environment
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