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Vision Software Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of vision software manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top vision software manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find vision software companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture vision software to your companies specifications. Then contact the vision software companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of vision software healthcare, vision accounting software, vision computer software, or customized vision software of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Avon, IN 317-272-2577

    Decision Technology is a reliable, experienced provider of machine vision systems and related engineering, integration and services. Our cost-effective machine vision solutions cover a wide range of applications and technologies, and include complete turn-key systems as well as consulting.

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  • Pointe-Claire, QC 514-694-9290

    VISIONx INC. is a manufacturer and distributor of a variety of machine vision products. Products include automated imaging, visual inspection, high accuracy measurement systems, support software, specialized hardware components for machine vision, image analysis, general defect detection products, and meteorology products. Industries served include electronics and semiconductors among others.

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  • Miamisburg, OH 937-886-3232

    INVOTEC Engineering, Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of machine assembly, machine test, and machine inspection products. Products include laser, vision, and welding systems. Industries served include the medical device, aerospace, military, automotive, electronic, and consumer products industries.

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  • Renton, WA 800-762-1149

    Omron Microscan is a global leader in technology for precision data acquisition and control solutions serving a wide range of automation and OEM applications. Omron Microscan focuses on technologies of automatic identification (auto ID), machine vision, and illumination with application solutions ranging from basic barcode reading up to complex machine vision inspection, gauging, and measurement.

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  • Southington, CT 800-937-9336

    Our machine vision systems serve in many diverse industries including renewable energy, drive technology, machinery, plant construction, transport and many others. We have been in business for over sixty years and we are dedicated to putting each and every year of experience to work for our customers with every encounter that we are a part of! To learn more about what we may do for you visit our website today!

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Vision Software


Vision software is the computer or processor programming that extrapolates and extracts information from imagery and converts it into usable data. All vision systems employ some form of software which generally works in conjunction with hardware instruments such as cameras and vision sensors. While these devices are responsible for capturing one or more images, the software interprets the visual representation to create data which is recorded, used to direct further mechanized actions or both. Such capabilities are crucial to the operation of robotic and machine vision systems.

Vision software-based devices are employed in a number of industries such as pharmaceutical, food processing, electronics, textile, medical, automotive and automation industries among others where they are programmed to count, measure, inspect or sort objects based on specific features and qualities. Depending on the use and degree of complexity, some software can be embedded in the image capture device while others require more powerful computer processors. When selecting such software it is important to consider the number of images stored and the rate of processing possible with a given program and processes as slow progression or inadequate storage could result in system failure or decreased productivity. Sensitivity, adjustability, dimensions and noise reduction are additional concerns that will vary among software applications.


In addition to the physical and performance specifications, consumers should consider the three main components essential to all vision software. Algorithms are the mathematical equations that are programmed into the software before it is in use. These locate the necessary information based on the goal of the system, be it inspection, counting or measurement. Not just for data collection, these algorithms also interpret, record and respond to the data. The second integral component is the developer or design-time interface. This is where the predetermined criteria is entered by programmers and is often locked to protect the algorithms from unassuming users. A separate interface is available for users. This display is often much simpler and easily understood. Before the output is provided, however, the first step is image manipulation. Depending upon the cameras resolution, most images are first manipulated to reduce noise or convert the colors of shades of gray into a simplified black and white pixilated image. The software then engages the algorithms which perform one or more of the tasks mentioned above. Based on the preset guidelines the part or product is passed or failed. While some systems alert the user in the case of failure, others use a list of connected procedures and the flow of operation is maintained. The high speed, precise and accurate implementation of vision software thusly improves production processes and quality assurance in a broad array of industrial and commercial settings.



Vision Software
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Vision Software - Fusion System Group
Vision Software - Fusion System Group