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Frame Grabbers & Other Imaging Boards Questions

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Hi, I have been using a PCI framgrabber card for video acquisition and used to process the video for real-time object recognition. Now we are planning to shift to external framegrabber by Pleora iport framegrabber. This captures video from analog video source and converts to GigE, which in turn is connected to the PC via network switch, and run object recognition algorithms on the video. Is this a good option for real-time video acquisition and processing for pattern recognition tasks? Are there any frame drops in this setup? Does GigE Vision software handle this kind of data and provide processing libraries for object recognition tasks? Please advise. Thanks and regards.

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Werner Feith - CEO
Sensor To Image GmbH
wf [at] sensor-to-image [dot] de
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Emmanuel, John, is right with 2 additions: - the pure PCI bandwidth is a little bit high then the GigE one, so when you are running at the edge of PCI today you will have more trouble on GigE - we have similar systems. So maybe interesting so see a second offer. If more information is needed let me know.

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