Learn the Basler pylon C++ API from scratch
Increase productivity and decrease development costs
Vision applications are challenging because each application is usually unique and once it is implemented, it is very difficult to make major changes. For machine-vision and imaging-system developers, building vision applications often involves experiments and evaluations. Much of your development time can be devoted to writing prototype code.
So how can you simplify and speed up the software development for your vision projects from the very beginning?
pylon offers the promise of tremendously decreasing the amount of programming code you have to write, decreasing your development time and increasing your productivity.
In the webinar, Momchil Binev, Product Platform Manager for Software at Basler AG, will use one hour to guide you on your journey to reveal the possibilities of super-easy programming with pylon for your vision application, including:
- Why pylon?
- pylon architecture & tools
- pylon Instant Camera Classes - Highlights
- Camera enumeration techniques
- Camera parameter access
- Event handlers
- Utility classes
- Live Demo
Eager to set up a completely new project, configure a camera, grab, display and save images in 5 minutes? Register to find out.
The webinar also features a question and answer session at the end.
Product Platform Manager for Software
Momchil Binev holds a Master’s degree in Information and Communication Systems. In his career, he has gained experience in companies like Philips and Airbus. In 2007, Momchil Binev joined Basler in the headquarter Customer Service team. As a senior support engineer, he has helped Basler to win new customer projects and build extraordinary customer relationships. In 2017, Momchil Binev joined the Product Management team and took over the role of the Platform & Market Manager for the pylon Camera Software Suite. He is part of the team responsible for making decisions concerning the Basler software strategy for the Factory Automation, Medical, ITS and related markets.