Industry-Proven Vision Software Breaks Down Barriers Between Deep Learning and Traditional Vision
Two major new releases deliver advanced vision tools and tighter deep learning integration in a high-performance platform.
Cognex Corporation announces VisionPro® 10.0 and VisionPro Deep Learning 2.0, two new releases in its VisionPro line of vision software.
VisionPro 10.0 is a major update of the company’s industry-leading PC-based platform that delivers faster application performance and simpler application setup. VisionPro Deep Learning 2.0 is designed to integrate tightly with VisionPro 10.0, enabling customers to combine deep learning and traditional vision tools in the same application.
The new releases also introduce advanced vision tools for precision gauging and inspection applications. SmartLine is the industry’s first hybrid smart tool. It combines deep learning enhanced line finding for complex scenes with precise positional data from traditional vision algorithms. The new VisionPro Deep Learning high detail segmenter is designed for demanding medical and electronics applications that require precise measurement of scratches, contamination and other defects.
“As deep learning gains a foothold in the factory, we are seeing that many applications require more than just traditional vision or deep learning alone – they need both for the best solution”, said Joerg Kuechen, Sr. Vice President of Vision Products. “The new VisionPro makes it easier for users to leverage the full range of powerful Cognex vision technology to address new and increasingly complex vision challenges”.
You can find more information about Cognex and the new VisionPro® 10.0 and VisionPro Deep Learning 2.0 vision software on its website.
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