National Instruments offers Visual Builder for Automated Instruction (AI) for creating machine vision applications.
Machine Vision Software
Machine Vision Software Overview
What is Machine Vision Software?Machine vision software allows engineers and developers to design, deploy and manage vision applications. Vision applications are used by machines to extract and ingest data from visual imagery. Kinds of data available are geometric patterns (or other kinds of pattern recognition), object location, heat detection and mapping, measurements and alignments, or blob analysis.
Features of Machine Vision SoftwareMachine Vision Software provides the following features:
- Suite of tools for building 2D and 3D vision apps
- Support for multiple image types (e.g. analog, digital, color, monochrome, scans, etc.)
- Integratable with third-party smart cameras
- Blob detection & analysis
- Image processing, integration with analytics suites
Machine Vision Products
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IBM offers Watson Visual Recognition, a machine learning application designed to tag and classify image data, and deployable for a wide variety of purposes.
Cognex Corporation headquartered in Natick offers VisionPro, a PC-based machine vision application allowing machines to "see," allowing engineers to deploy applications with digital cameras of any kind taking advantage of pattern matching, 1-D and 2-D barcode reading, pattern recognition, or other v…
Omron Microscan offers Visionscape, a machine vision software application.
Omron Microscan offers the AutoVISION machine vision software application.
The Cognex Vision Library (CVL) allows developers at OEMs to develop machine vision applications.
Italian machine vision camera and hardware company Opto Engineering offers FABIMAGE Studio, the company's application for building machine vision applications.
Italian company Datalogic provides the IMPACT Software Suite, supporting the creation of machine vision applications. Datalogic also offers their array of sensors and machine vision cameras and hardware.
RealNetworks headquartered in Seattle offers the SAFR platform, a facial recognition software platform.
Recogni headquartered in San Jose offers their realtime object recognition system supporting driverless vehicles.
Samsara, headquartered in San Francisco, offers VS2, the company's cloud-managed cloud vision system consisting of software, sensors, industrial controllers, environmental monitors, and other equipment, designed to monitor enterprise equipment health, power levels, and other serve other functions.
Microsoft's Azure Cognitive Services include Azure Computer Vision, a machine vision solution for building image processing into applications.