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Ximea vision company founded by Softhard and Delaro

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A new company, Ximea GmbH in Münster, Germany, has been founded as part of a partnership between Softhard and Delaro. Ximea has full access to all Softhard owned technology, personnel and technical know-how and all resources of Delaro.

The company will develop, manufacture and distribute components and systems in the field of digital image acquisition, analysis and processing as well as provide services for customer support. It will offer the Currera camera system family, originally introduced by Softhard.

The camera system integrates a full industrial Intel Atom-based PC in a very small housing with a full set of interfaces for external vision applications including GigE, USB, and Serial etc. Also pre-installed is executable code, including demos from various solution providers, an abundance of imaging libraries, pre-installed drivers and a full development environment. It runs standard operating systems like Windows XP or Linux.

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