As The Imaging Source continues to expand and improve its lineup of high-performance imaging hardware, our software engineers have also been at work on the software tools that power your vision applications. We are, therefore, pleased to announce improvements and extensions to our software portfolio.
tiscamera: We have recently released tiscamera 1.0, The Imaging Source's image acquisition SDK for Linux, and accompanying software packages which can be downloaded from our website. The open-source code of this Linux SDK can also be accessed and downloaded from our GitHub repository and has been reworked, containing several internal and external changes:
On the Windows Side: We've updated The Imaging Source's GitHub repository containing programming samples for IC Imaging Control, including an improved Python wrapper in addition to other changes.
Coming Soon: Our software engineers are revising the well-known IC Measure. Development goals include platform independence, state-of-the-art look and feel, and multi-camera support. While we are working on a full release for all platforms (Windows, Linux, NVIDIA Jetson), we have recently released an initial version for Linux: IC Measure 3.0.
Please feel free to contact us if you need additional information.
After the two-year pandemic hiatus, it was great to see everyone again in person at Control 2022. From May 3 - 6, Control hosted almost 19,000 visitors and 600 exhibitors in six halls at Messe Stuttgart. The Imaging Source exhibited a full complement of board and industrial cameras as well as embedded cameras with MIPI and FPD-Link III interfaces.
The booth included a live demonstration of a six-camera system using The Imaging Source's 6-channel deserializer and an NVIDIA® Jetson Xavier™ NX SoM. The system ran seamless live stream videos from FPD-Link III cameras, allowing booth visitors to simultaneously monitor images from all six cameras. Compatible with the broader NVIDIA Jetson ecosystem, the camera system can work with a number of AI and deep learning algorithms.
In late November 2021, the cybersecurity vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) was identified in Log4j products.
The Imaging Source's software developers have carefully reviewed our software environment and can affirm that the log4j framework is not used in The Imaging Source's SDKs, software, drivers or firmware.
For more information, please go to https://logging.apache.org/log4j/
Effective January 3, 2022, our colleagues at The Imaging Source Asia Co. Ltd. will be working from expanded facilities in Xizhi, New Taipei City. While the street address has changed, telephone and fax numbers remain unchanged.
The Imaging Source Asia Co., Ltd.
3F., No. 43-7/8, Zhongxing Road
New Taipei City 221012, Xizhi District
We look forward to serving our customers in our new location and will do all we can to mitigate any inconvenience to our customers during the move. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
The Imaging Source announces the addition of the Sony STARVIS IMX462 sensor to its 37 Series industrial and board-level color cameras.
Cameras featuring Sony's IMX462 STARVIS sensors are ideal for low-light applications in security, inspection and microscopy.
Please feel free to contact our sales team with any questions or inquiries.
Established in 1990, The Imaging Source is one of the leading manufacturers of industrial cameras, video converters and embedded vision components for factory automation, quality assurance, medicine, science, security and a variety of other markets.
Our comprehensive range of cameras with USB 3.1, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, GigE, MIPI interfaces and other innovative machine vision products are renowned for their high quality and ability to meet the performance requirements of demanding applications.