Pleora plays a leadership role in the development of open, global sensor interface and networking standards. These standards benefit manufacturers and systems designers by lowering the cost, reducing the risk, and simplifying the development of high-performance imaging systems and devices. They also help markets grow by making imaging systems easier for the end-user to install, upgrade, and maintain.
GigE Vision is a global standard for video transfer and device control over Ethernet networks, including GigE, 10 GigE, and 802.11 wireless networks.
GenICam is a global standard that defines a generic interface for the computer control of digital cameras and other imaging products that transmit video.
USB3 Vision is a global standard for transporting high-speed imaging and video data to computers over the widely available USB 3.0 bus.
The Future Standards Forum is a joint initiative by global vision associations to provide guidance to the development of industry standards.
Embedded Vision Interface Standard (emVision) provides a framework which enables the easy use of embedded vision systems for industrial solutions.
The OPC UA Companion Specification for Machine Vision (OPC UA Vision) provides a generic model for all machine vision systems, from simple vision sensors to complex inspection systems.