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EMVA elects new GenICam board

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The European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) has elected the board of its GenICam Standard Working Group for the next year. Some 35 experts from more than 20 companies representing all major camera, frame grabber and software companies attended the meeting in Seoul, South Korea, where the election took place.

Fritz Dierks from Basler was re-elected as chaiman; he is supported by three vice-chairmen, namely: Christoph Zierl of MVTec Software; Rupert Stelz of Stemmer Imaging; and Stephane Maurice of Matrox Imaging.

In the past years GenICam – a standard hosted by the EMVA – has grown to become an important software standard providing a generic programming interface for all kinds of cameras, and in particular those using the standards GigE Vision, USB3 Vision, CoaXPress, and Camera Link HS.

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