GigE validation framework brings products to market

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Using a new validation framework, 17 camera, software and frame grabber manufacturers have developed or are developing GigE Vision products that can publicly test the interoperability of their products.

A new Validation Framework for testing the compliancy of products implementing GigE Vision was first used at the GigE Vision Plug Fest, held during the Vision 2007 trade fair in Stuttgart, Germany in November. The tests resulted in complete compliancy for all vendors, yielding more true plug-and-play products for the machine vision marketplace.

The AIA will continue to hold GigE Vision Plug Fests to help manufacturers get products to market faster. A GigE Vision Plug Fest was also held in December in Yokohama, Japan during The International Technical Exhibition (ITE) and future dates include 12 June 2008 in Boston, Massachusetts during The Vision Show.

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