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Leutron Vision host GenICam and GigE Vision meeting

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Leutron Vision will host a meeting of companies currently pioneering the progress of GenICam and GigE Vision. The event will take place on 7-9 April 2008 at Leutron's site in Pilsen, Czech Republic.

Committee members at the event will focus on further standardisation of GenICam as a universal interface for industrial cameras. GenICam is a generally applicable standard that can be used with the most varied transport layer technologies, such as GigE Vision, IEEE 1394 (FireWire), Camera Link or USB.

The GenICam committee aims to approve the first official version of the GenTL (Generic Transport Layer Interface, not yet released) standard document, intended to be used for image capture. New versions of existing GenICam modules, GenApi (Generic Application Programming Interface) and SFNC (Standard Features Naming Convention) will also be discussed in depth.

A GigE Vision committee meeting, scheduled for 10 April, will focus on the new version 1.1 and its forthcoming publication.

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