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How 2-D vision is used in conjunction with a robot National Instruments is a measurement and automation company and leading machine vision and scientific imaging tools provider. For over 15 years, National Instruments has provided hardware and software tools for imaging applications, including NI Smart Cameras, Embedded Vision Systems, Frame Grabbers, interactive configurable software, and flexible programming libraries that include hundreds of advanced image processing functions. An unmatched range of vision inspection, guidance and identification solutions along with our unique global network of vision specialists make Cognex the largest and most successful vision company in the world. is a worldwide leader in the development of advanced digital camera technology products for machine vision, industrial imaging, computer vision, and traffic and surveillance applications.

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