Xiris Weld cameras now supported on Linux

Xiris announces the release of its WeldSDK for Linux operating systems. The WeldSDK software development kit allows developers to create their own programs to integrate Xiris weld cameras into their equipment. It incorporates camera controls, image recording and playback, and various image processing functions.

The Linux operating system is an open-source operating system suitable for real-time processing on personal computers. By supporting Linux, Xiris can now provide its customers with the ability to process videos from welding cameras on a real-time basis.

This will provide many benefits for our customers including deterministic cycle times and the ability to further customize their display programs based on their users’ needs. Traditionally able to only run on Windows OS, the addition of Linux OS will provide more security, more flexibility, more programming language support and better overall user experience for our customers.

Xiris Automation Inc. specializes in developing optical equipment used for process and quality control across a number of specialty industries. With an extensive product line, Xiris provides some of the world’s most dynamic manufacturers with the ability to detect, recognize, and interpret quality defects in their manufactured goods.

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