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Xenics introduces Xeneth LabVIEW SDK

Free introduction package when ordering a Gobi-640 25 µm thermal camera till end of the year.

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Leuven, Belgium, 01 October 2014 --- Xenics, Europe’s leading manufacturer of infrared imagers and cameras releases their proprietary WINDOWS® based Xeneth LabVIEW Software Develop- ers Kit (SDK) to the market. For this reason Xenics will offer a Xeneth LabVIEW introduction package for free when ordering a Gobi-640 25 µm thermal camera. The promotion is valid from 01 October 2014 till 31 December 2014.  

“Following the strong footprint of our company in the Research & Development (R&D) as well as industrial markets, we have closed the gap with this commonly used graphical software platform from National Instruments“ says Bob Grietens, CEO of Xenics.  “From now on scientists, devel- opment engineers and industrial integrators are able to directly access all functionalities which are up to today only available in the Xeneth software. The full functionality which is implemented in our C / C++ / C# based Xeneth SDK are now easily accessible via Virtual Instruments (VIs) to allow a fast and easy integration of all camera control and image data.”  

Beside a set of high level VIs, typical examples have been added to the Xeneth LabVIEW SDK and are completed by self-explaining documentation. This allows any user to command and con- trol any of our R&D and industrial infrared, thermal imaging and thermography cameras in his test & measurements environment. With the Xeneth LabVIEW SDK all image data coming from Xenics cameras can be combined with any other sensor data and results in a multi-functional measurement, analysis and reporting setup.  

To assure the quality of the new Xeneth LabVIEW SDK preliminary field tests with experienced LabVIEW users have been made for several months. „LabVIEW toolkit for Xenics cameras offers high-level example as well as low-level VIs, making it easy for programmers to integrate Xenics cameras into their software applications written in LabVIEW.“, says Jan Šíma, Business Devel- opment Manager, Elcom. ELCOM, a.s. is a Gold Alliance Partner with National Instruments.     

The Gobi-640 25 µm thermal camera package, including a free Xeneth LabVIEW SDK, can be ordered through Xenics’ qualified sales channels.   

For more information about the Xeneth LabVIEW SDK
http://www.xenics.com/en/infrared_camera/infrared_camera_software_and_sdk.asp













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