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ViperVision New Features Release & FAQ

We are constantly developing and testing new features, and you’ve come to the right place to learn more. Expanded capabilities and an updated interface make it easier than ever to monitor your process!

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Brief overview of key updates:

  • Communication standards now include OPC UA

  • Expanded variety of compatible cameras

  • Machine learning with Haar Cascades

  • Intuitive configuration with an improved menu structure

  • Advanced access control

  • Click here for detailed listing of updates!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can this software create reports? Yes, a key function is report generation! Default reports are in .xls, .csv, and .pdf formats. You can also export these reports.

Can it communicate with existing plant software? ViperVision software supports communication standards for connection to the plant control system including OPC, Modbus, Allen-Bradley, or Siemens systems, as well as physical I/Os such as relays and analog outputs. The Communications Module streams camera diagnostics, ROI data, alarm outputs, triggered snapshots, and organized file storage.

Can I view the software remotely from my office? View remotely via a web server! And you still have camera control, snapshot, video, and Excel reporting functionality.

Can I set up alarms? Absolutely! You can set alarms based on a variety of criteria such as temperature, rate of change, standard deviation, or a percentage of pixels being over a certain threshold. There are visual, email, and audible alert options.

How many alarm codes can be set up with your system? ViperVision is not limited, but it does depend on the hardware (computer and camera).

Can ViperVision connect to visual cameras? Camera connectivity options include all FLIR A-series, Axis visual cameras, and select thermal cameras from other manufacturers.

Can it store images or video clips? Yes! Automate how much and how long data is kept. ViperVision can save thermal .jpeg files and record thermal .seq or .avi video. Similar to the Rapid Replay module for FLIR security cameras, the ViperVision Time Lapse module allows for high-speed playback to maximize utility. Image playback can be based on event triggers or time-based capture.

What are the computer specifications? Click here to view the minimum requirements. (Scroll down to “Software Overview.”)

What are the GPU requirements to run your software? If the processor has integrated graphics, a GPU is unnecessary. Otherwise, a very basic GPU is needed.

My thermal imaging camera is mounted on a Pan & Tilt system. Can I still control the camera within ViperVision? Yes, ViperVision offers enhanced camera function control within the software.

Does Viper charge a license renewal fee? We offer the option of perpetual license purchase or annual license renewal – per camera. (Note: There is a charge for software upgrades.)

Do you offer a free trial? Yes, sign up here to receive a link to download a free trial version. No credit card required!

Does ViperVision software support FullScreen Mode? Yes, it does.

How does the alarming integrate into other systems? ViperVision supports communication standards for connection to the plant control system including OPC, Modbus, and physical I/Os such as relays and analog outputs. A discrete signal can be sent into your system.

Is ViperVision cloud-based or locally installed? It is locally installed currently.

What if I need technical support? Check out the resources on our Support page. You’ll find troubleshooting info, quick-start guides, and a form for creating a support ticket. You can even schedule an online support session.

ViperVision is a reliable source of critical data that will help automate your process. Let’s have a conversation to discuss your application!