Wenglor uniVision 2.1 vision system software
Wenglor’s uniVision 2.1 allows two- and three-dimensional data from smart cameras, vision systems and control units with 2D or 3D profile sensors to be evaluated via a central software platform.
The parameterisable standard software is used to analyse images and height profiles in the field of industrial image processing. Users can achieve a finished vision application intuitively in a small number of steps and without programming knowledge.
The uniVision software is structured like an intelligent toolbox. The algorithms for images and height profiles are similar and can be used on different platforms. The measurement module runs on smart cameras, as well as vision systems, for example. In total, users have up to 25 different software modules available (eg, measurement, threshold value, cluster, OCR, pattern matching, tracking, etc), as well as 14 different templates (eg, read 1D codes, presence check, detect pattern or detect colour), depending on the hardware selected. There are also video tutorials available online, with detailed instructions on how to use the software. An assistant that guides users through the setting step by step is also available for smart cameras.
In order to simplify use of the software for newcomers, predefined projects (templates) can be selected and used for the most common standard applications. Images, coordinate systems or values can be combined with each other as desired, thus providing newcomers as well as experts with maximum possible application freedom.
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