Published 01-11-2018

SOFTWARE SPEEDS SMART CAMERA APPLICATIONS

01-11-2018

Intelligent image processing software available from Treotham speeds the configuration of the Wenglor weQube smart camera, helping users to set up applications with no previous knowledge.

The new uniVision assistant guides the user step by step through the configuration process of the weQube smart camera, making complex steps easily accessible and understandable to anyone. Detailed text explains options step by step, which is particularly useful for newcomers to image processing.

Predefined project templates are included for standard applications, including those for recognising 1D and 2D codes, presence and colour controls, and pattern detection.

The software’s modular layout provides experts with maximum flexibility for solving complex applications. In this way, every user – from beginners to professionals – can quickly access all of the weQube's features.

The weQube smart camera is available from Treotham, along with all other Wenglor products. The software is free to download for Windows and is available in 11 different languages.

Treotham Automation
1300 65 75 64
www.treotham.com.au

 

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