How to get the maximum performance for your single- and multi-camera application on Windows and Linux? What parameters to tune and what is the logic behind? Register for Basler's new featured webinar on pylon and find out!
FAQ about pylon, GigE & USB3 Vision Cameras on Windows & Linux
Writing a program for a vision application that works can be easy but what about writing one that is efficient, stable, and robust? That's another thing entirely. To set up cameras with pylon that solve basic problems is a piece of cake. What about camera setups that not only solve basic problems, but also serve advanced setups to get the maximum performance of your application? This time we are talking.
In this webinar, Momchil Binev, Platform Manager for Software at Basler AG, will dive and discuss possible optimizations for GigE Vision and USB 3.0 Vision setups considering not only cameras, but also cables, NICs, switches, hubs and the operating systems Windows and Linux. He will share camera communication and system integration best practices that everybody should follow when integrating a vision system, so that most common problems in single- and multi-camera applications can be avoided.
The webinar will discuss the following:
- How to optimize GigE Vision setups
- How to optimize USB3 Vision setups
Additionally Momchil will demonstrate how to tune a system and the camera parameters via live demonstrations.
The webinar also features a Q&A session at the end.
- Webinar Language: English
- Date: October 21, 2020 (Wednesday)
- Time: 2 p.m. (CEST)
- Duration: 75 minutes
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