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EyeVision software supports Hikvision cameras

The EyeVision image processing software by EVT now also supports the cameras from Hikvision. The users of Hivision cameras have therefore now with the EyeVision software several more functions available. This above all: more possibilities in the field of quality control.

The EyeVision software can look back on 10 years of constant enhancement through innovative developpers and has established itself on the international machine vision market. Especially because of the the drag-and-drop function and the extended command set, which allows solutions for applications such as e.g.:

  • code reading (bar code, DMC, QR) and OCR/OCV
  • pattern matching and metrology (matching, as well as measuring of distances, angles and diameters)
  • counting objects and error detection (such as scratches, cracks, holes, etc.)
  • weld seam and surface inspection
  • as well as 3D and thermal imaging applications
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