Vecow VMX-200 Video Capture Card Upgrades Linux SDK Support Now

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Vecow Co., Ltd., a pioneer in the application fields of industrial automation, high-speed data acquisition, motion control, medical and home automation and video surveillance, today unveils the advancement Linux SDK support for VMX-200 Video Capture Card Series. Upgrading Linux SDK reinforces Fedora, Ubuntu, and Scientific for efficient software program development with v4l2 API support.

Enriched Vecow VMX-200 video capture card Linux SDK supports two major Linux distribution for efficient and cost-saving programing development. Feature with long-term support and stability, Fedora Linux is widely adopted by various industries. For the Ubuntu Linux could represent user-friendly interface and maximum graphic performance in the Linux family. As for labs and industrial field, additional Scientific Linux plays the key role. With these Linux SDK improvements, Vecow VMX-200 series could be the sturdy corner stone of embedded systems.

In order to generate best synergy, Vecow recommends the EC-3000 Intel® Core(TM) i7/i5 Fanless Embedded Controller equipped with VMX-200 video capture card. Incorporating Intel Core(TM) i7/i5 processor, Vecow EC-3000 controller offers extraordinary performance for arithmetic-intensive applications, while its fanless design provides superb reliability and durability. The EC-3000 series and VMX-200 series assembly is the total solution for variety applications, Automated Traffic Enforcement, AOI, Security and Surveillance, Industrial Automation, and Digital Signage.

More information about Vecow VMX-200 video capture card series may be found on the company's website at .
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