AQSENSE will be presenting, together with Imaginglab, a LabVIEW version of its SAL3D vision library at NI Week 2011 (Austin, 2-4 August) .
After months of collaboration between ImagingLab and AQSENSE, SAL3D library for LabVIEW will be released this summer containing, among other functionality, the Angular Calibration Tool. This module porting is specially useful as it will combine the simplicity of LabVIEW with advanced laser-triangulation functionality. On one side, the Angular Calibration Tool will allow mounting angular camera-laser systems on robot arms, avoiding the rippling problems present when performing linear scans. On the other side, the LabVIEW porting will provide advanced 3D machine vision functionality to all programmers using the National Instrument's Tool.
NIWeek is a leading industry's event on graphical system design, joining more than 3.000 scientist, engineers and educators from all over the globe. This year's conference, already the 17th issue, will be held from 2 August at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, for three days of workshops, exhibitions, technical sessions and the latest advances on design, control, automation, manufacturing, and test.
ImagingLab will be showing the SAL3D porting and a demo of its functionality at the NI Week , booth number 1006.
ImagingLab video showing a robot arm performing 3D inspections and the results being manipulated in AQSENSE's 3D machine vision library: SAL3D.