DVT develops hand-held communications tool
MAY 5--DVT (Duluth, GA; www.dvtsensors.com) has developed a new product that enables communications between DVT cameras and hand-held PCs.
MAY 5--DVT (Duluth, GA; www.dvtsensors.com) has developed a new product that enables communications between DVT cameras and hand-held PCs. The software product permits customers to use wireless integration to transfer images and send commands using hand-held PCs. "This innovation gives our customers a greater degree of flexibility and convenience as the worlds of machine vision and hand-held PCs are combined," comments Mike Schreiber, DVT director of applied engineering.
The product will be demonstrated at DVT's booth at the May 4-6 Vision Show East in Boston, MA. The demo features live images being transferred from DVT cameras to a hand-held PC.
The new product will allow customers to view live images, view failed images, view results, change products, and perform simple setup changes. The product will run on Windows CE, a platform that now runs on some HMIs.