The eBUS SDK by Pleora is a SDK that enables developers to write code that can implement either or both receive and transmit modes of operation. The SDK is built on a single API to receive video over GigE, 10 GigE, and USB that is portable across Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems. With a Developer Seat License, designers can develop software applications in the same environment as their end-users, and modify applications for different media, while avoiding supporting multiple APIs from different vendors. Compared to the camera vendor SDKs, eBUS frees developers from being tied to a specific camera, and instead they can choose the device that is best for the application.
Chromasens has introduced a 3D inspection system designed for detecting imperfections on the surface of metal cylinder heads requiring large field of views.