Allied Vision’s new Software Development Kit (SDK), Vimba 2.0, has been nominated by a panel of judges to be a candidate for the inspect award 2017 in the category “Vision”. Products which met the judges’ requirements were placed on the shortlist of final candidates. Key criteria that needed to be met were: does the solution offer the highest innovation, the best user benefit and a significant unique selling point. Vimba 2.0 satisfied the judges by meeting all requirements.
The following online poll at www.inspect-award.com will decide whether Allied Vision will receive the award as category winner. The award has been launched by the German magazine for machine vision and optical metrology, “inspect”, and will officially be awarded to the winner at the Vision show in Stuttgart this November.
User friendly for beginners and experts
With Vimba 2.0, Allied Vision offers a completely new generation of its SDK with several new innovative features and user-friendly widgets. The software combines the advantages of standardized GenICam features with an easy-to-use graphical user interface. The new software widgets ensure a quick start and access to the latest camera features. The simple graphical user interface makes it easy for beginners to adjust key settings such as exposure time, color, region of interest and triggering.
First-time users can intuitively configure the camera, save their settings and load them in their own application. At the same time, GenICam experienced users can still manage the feature settings by using the original GenICam feature list. For designers, systems integrators, and end users, programming and creating their systems with Vimba has become easier than ever.
Vimba 2.0 is available free of charge as download on Allied Vision’s website, www.alliedvision.com