VisionPro is an industry-leading PC-based vision software. It is designed to setup and deploy vision applications—no matter the camera or frame grabber. With VisionPro, users can perform a wide range of functions, from geometric object location and inspection to identification, measurement, and alignment, as well as specialized functions specific to semiconductor and electronics applications.
Extensive set of reliable vision tools address a broad range of applications
With VisionPro, users can access a robust library of pattern matching, blob, caliper, line location, image filtering, optical character recognition and verification (OCR and OCV), and AI-based vision tools, as well as 1D and 2D barcode reading, to perform a variety of functions, from inspection and identification to measurement and robotic guidance. VisionPro software is fully integrated with extensive .NET C# and C++ class libraries and user controls.
Flexible development environment and modular tool blocks
The VisionPro QuickBuild prototyping environment combines the power and flexibility of advanced programming with the speed and ease of graphical, drag-and-drop application development. Intelligent software fixtures tools dynamically, while reusable tool groups and user-definable tools shorten development time. With the option to quickly load and execute jobs or manually configure tools by code, you can reduce cycle time no matter your approach.
- Drag and drop—Link between tools to communicate values, results, and images
- Scripting—Build managed applications with C# or VB
- Programming—Configure acquisition, select, and optimize vision tools, and make pass/fail decisions
Integrated, universal communications and image acquisition compatible with any camera or frame grabber
VisionPro acquisition technology supports all types of image capture: analog, digital, color, monochrome, area scan, line scan, high resolution, multi-channel, and multiplexed. In addition, Cognex supports hundreds of industrial cameras and video formats covering the complete range of acquisition requirements typically used in factory automation.