Zebra allows enterprises to thrive in the on-demand economy by making every front-line person and asset visible, linked, and fully optimized at the edge.
Zebra offers an award-winning range of hardware, software, services, and solutions that digitize and automate workflows to clients of all sizes, including 94% of the Fortune 100, through a network of more than 10,000 partners in more than 100 countries.
A leading supplier of approachable machine vision software for commercial image analysis is Zebra. Software like Zebra Aurora Vision for OEM facilitates the development of unique machine vision applications. The knowledge is recent—within the last 15 years.
Zebra is located in Lincolnshire, IL, US. Zebra boosted its industrial automation portfolio with the acquisition of Fetch Robotics in 2021, and strengthened its machine vision and AI software capabilities with the acquisitions of Adaptive Vision and antuit.ai.
For the fifth year in a row, Zebra is ranked #25 on Newsweek’s first list of America’s Most Loved Workplaces and #25 on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers.
Machine builders, vision system integrators, robotic designers, and industrial end users throughout the world have utilized the software tools to accelerate the development of vision applications ranging from food production and retail to agriculture and healthcare.
Aurora Vision Studio
Machine and computer vision engineers can use Aurora Vision Studio to quickly create, integrate, and monitor powerful machine vision applications. The applications can be used for drag-and-drop functionality in real-world vision to save cost, time, and operational resources.
Aurora vision library provides the same sophisticated functionality as the Aurora Vision studio but with programming language.
The company also provides an add-on, Zebra Aurora Deep Learning, a complete set of industrial quality deep learning tools to be used for solving problems with complications in traditional machine vision algorithms and further enhances the outputs of AuroraTM Vision Studio and AuroraTM Vision library software, Features & anomaly detection, advanced optical character recognition (OCR) technology, and deep learning capabilities combine to recognize the way real-world images are used- and evolve accordingly.