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Cognex Designer Vision Software

Decrease the time it takes to develop, deploy, and maintain 3D and 2D multi-camera applications

Cognex Designer Vision Software Features

Cognex Designer makes it faster to build complete vision applications and allows developers to more easily take full advantage of the powerful VisionPro® tool library. A graphical, flow-chart-based programming environment results in a diagrammatic representation that's easier to understand, explain to others, and maintain.

Key benefits of using Cognex Designer

  • Integrate seamlessly with Cognex-certified vision controller, cameras, and 3D sensors
  • Solve applications with the comprehensive VisionPro library of 2D and 3D vision tools
  • Create custom plugins for hardware such as robots, motion stages, and machine control
  • Incorporate system features including built-in user access levels, real-time alarms, localizable interfaces, and SQL database logging
  • Deploy a professional graphical user interface with 3D visualization

 

Cognex Designer - Step 1

1: Configure Vision  - Drag and drop dataflow configuration for vision applications.  Use interactive edit controls to set vision tool properties. Add plug-ins for external hardware devices such as 3D sensors, cameras, and I/O devices.

Cognex Designer - Step 2

2: Develop HMI  -  Create a professional runtime operator interface to monitor and control your vision application.

Cognex Designer - Step 3

3: Connect  - Configure I/O and factory floor communications, control motion equipment, and archive results.

Cognex Designer - Step 3

4: Deploy  Install on a vision controller or industrial PC.

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Product Guide

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White Paper

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