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Industrial GigE camera with OpenCV

asked 2020-03-17 13:58:51 -0600

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Hello everyone!

I've delevoped a real-time object detection and counting solution for an industrial application. To validate the method, we've used just a webcam, with YOLOV3 and OpenCV (to capture the video streaming). The method worked quite well.

The question is, now I need an industrial robust camera, which works in temperature and umidity conditions. Can I work with GigE cameras in this scenario with OpenCV, like this one?

https://www.ato.com/gige-industrial-c...

Or is there it a more suitable type of camera in this situation?

Thank you.

Regards.

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Yes, you can use pretty much every industrial camera (GigE or USB3). There are several trustworthy camera builders, I would add Basler, PointGrey and uEye to the list.

OpenCV has some basic support for GigE cameras, but I suggest to use their native API to get full control over the camera. The APIs are generally in C++ and don't have direct OpenCV bindings, but it's easy to convert the grabbed buffer to cv::Mat.

kbarni gravatar imagekbarni ( 2020-03-18 06:38:50 -0600 )edit

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answered 2020-03-17 15:23:00 -0600

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We use GigE-V cameras at work and their API is fantastic. But we use C++, however.

Just create a simple GigE-V C++ wrapper and you can likely export it as a Python module.

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hello , do you any example for us? because for me it's very diffcult for me to understand how can use en GigE camera with python and openCv.

Do you think if I take a USB 3 camera i could use it directly with python and OpenCV?

can you tell me if it's possible to use a gigE camera with a laptop ?

thank you for you answers.

yab974 gravatar imageyab974 ( 2020-03-20 06:24:49 -0600 )edit

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