uniVision Release 2.1.0 – uniVision Software Now for VisionSystem2D Too

• Digital cameras, illumination, lenses, control unit and uniVision as an overall system
• Configurable standard software for all vision applications

uniVision for Vision Systems

Simple as well as complex image processing applications can be implemented with uniVision software for vision systems. The modular VisionSystem2D consists of up to 16 digital cameras with lenses, illumination components and a control unit, as well as an external CPU for data evaluation.
VisionSystem2D applications can be configured via uniVision software with just a few clicks. In order to simplify use of the software for newcomers, predefined projects (templates) can be selected and used for the most common standard applications. If additional, individual settings are required for a project, more than 20 software modules are available to experienced users. 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.

You’ll find a comprehensive overview of our vision systems here.

Templates

Additional templates, i.e. predefined projects, are included in the software for standard applications.

Tutorials

If you want to familiarize yourself with the software first and find out how to use it, take a look at our VisionSystem2D tutorials.

This tutorial provides you with a summary of the most important steps: from wiring and establishing a connection, right on up to the fundamentals of uniVision software.
This tutorial summarizes the most important setting parameters of the digital cameras.
This tutorial shows you how to find an object regardless of its position.
This tutorial shows you how to superimpose a region onto the test object.
This tutorial shows you how to differentiate various colors from one another.
This tutorial shows you how to check objects for dimensional accuracy.
This tutorial shows you how to read and compare 1D and 2D codes.
This tutorial shows how values are offset against one another and compared, and how logic operations are executed.
This tutorial shows you how to perform complex calculations in a clear-cut manner in the spreadsheet module.
This tutorial shows you how to read out results via the UDP or TCP interface.
This tutorial shows you how to customize your own visualization.
This tutorial shows you how to update the control unit’s firmware.
This tutorial shows you how several digital cameras can be used at a single control unit. Data from each digital camera are evaluated by a separate application.
This tutorial shows you how to wire the digital cameras to the control unit and how to establish a connection.
This tutorial shows you how you can use filters to improve image quality and emphasize or suppress certain features.
This tutorial shows you how to find an object regardless of its position and rotational orientation.
This tutorial shows you how to create a black-and-white image for the pixel counting application.
This tutorial shows you how to count and sort objects.
This tutorial shows you how to detect deviations from a reference image.
This tutorial shows you how to recognize characters and symbols.
This tutorial shows you how statistical values (e. g. trends, mean values, standard deviation) are recorded.
This tutorial shows you how to set up the inputs and outputs at the control unit, and how to link results to a digital output.
This tutorial points out available options for communication with LIMA commands.
This tutorial shows you how to save a project with numerous images and process it offline.
This tutorial shows you how to purchase licenses for new modules.

Software Modules

Here you’ll find a detailed overview of all licenses available for the control unit, as well as allocation of the licenses to our uniVision Image and uniVision Image Extended software packages.

Blob

Objects can be reliably detected, counted or sorted in order to check for completeness and correct quality.

Spreadsheet Calculation

Results can be subjected to any desired mathematical, numeric or logic calculations.

Licence Upgrades

The modular uniVision software is expandable at any time with the following license upgrade packages.

Order Number Name Modules
DNNL009 Profile analysis license upgrade Point cloud calculus, point cloud coordinate system, point cloud filter, point cloud measurement, point cloud region, point cloud pattern matching
DNNL011 License upgrade for decoding and image-based pattern matching 1D codes, 2D codes, pattern matching
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