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Common Vision Blox

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Stemmer Imaging's programming library for imaging applications, Common Vision Blox (CVB), has been successfully validated by the Automated Imaging Association (AIA) as meeting the requirements of the GigE Vision standard.

The AIA also tested the CVB GigE Vision Server to assess its compatibility with the standard. This software GigE camera, with its freely definable camera properties, also met all the technical requirements of the standard. This means that both CVB and the CVB GigE Vision Server are compatible with the GigE Vision standard and therefore work with all GigE Vision and GenICam-compatible camera and software products worldwide.

The AIA software validations extend far beyond the previous software certification, which was based only on the unverified assurances of the manufacturer that the product met the standard. In contrast to that procedure used for software products, users can recognise validated GigE Vision hardware from the official GigE Vision logo. Only products with this logo have been tested by the AIA as to GigE Vision compatibility.

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