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ViperVision Software

ViperVision Software

Monitor for Process Control

ViperVision is our Windows-based software suite that provides real-time monitoring, data acquisition, and imaging post-analysis of industrial processes. ViperVision is designed to connect to FLIR A-series cameras and Axis visual cameras, as well as some ICI and AST camera models. We offer different software packages to meet your application needs.

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ViperVision is a state-of-the-art industrial process monitoring software. Watch a quick tour of ViperVision 4.0!

Are you ready to get the most from your FLIR cameras by using ViperVision to turn all that data into usable, actionable insight?

ViperVision Software

ViperVision is a powerful, yet user-friendly, software suite designed by Viper to connect to all FLIR A-series thermal imaging cameras, Axis visual cameras, and some AST and ICI models. It supports communication standards for connection to the plant control system. Viper’s systems are capable of continuously monitoring temperature which helps customers avoid a broad range of potential problems – caused by situations such as rapid temperature change to process, overheating of critical components, and product non-uniformity. Viper also offers a ViperVision package configured for Elevated Body Temperature detection. ViperVision software packages allow for real-time monitoring, data acquisition, and imaging post-analysis of the industrial processes.

ViperVision software packages

ViperVision Packages

No need to choose between power and ease of use – choose the best ViperVision package for your application. Purchase options include a perpetual license or annual license renewal.

Already have ViperVision? Upgrades also available!

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ViperVision Software Overview

ViperVision is a full-featured software package. It supports communication standards for connection to the plant control system including OPC UA, Modbus, and physical I/Os such as relays and analog outputs. ViperVision will analyze and compare the data against predefined parameters and will trigger an alarm if warranted. These parameters can be adjusted based on the specific application needs.

  1. Camera connectivity (all FLIR A-series cameras, Axis visual cameras, some AST and ICI models)
  2. Region of interest (ROI) measurements (50+ per image) and real-time processing
  3. Feed from up to 32 cameras on a single workstation
  4. Ability to view remotely via web server – snapshot, video and Excel functionality

Computer Specifications:

Here are the minimum requirements. Please note that these vary based on the number of cameras in the system. All require that Windows 10 Pro be fully updated prior to installing software. (also compatible with Windows 11)

  • Single-camera monitoring system: i7-6700K | 8GB RAM | 500 GB 1200 rpm Hard Disk Drive | at least one Gigabit Ethernet port
  • For 5+ new FLIR cameras: Something like i7-9700K would be a good starting point, plus other requirements listed for single-camera systems.
  • For 10+ new FLIR cameras: i9-11900K. Please contact us to confirm as there are other factors to consider in large monitoring systems.

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Recent enhancements in ViperVision 4.0 include:

  • Advanced communication protocols,
  • Improved software interface,
  • Expanded camera variety,
  • Camera performance monitoring,
  • Machine learning,
  • Advanced access control,
  • Improved security, and
  • Enhanced email alerting.



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Viper Imaging systems continuously monitor temperature

Click the button below to learn more about how ViperVision is an integral part of Viper Imaging monitoring systems. Most industrial manufacturing processes involve heat. Utilizing thermal imaging technology, Viper’s systems are capable of continuously monitoring temperature – helping our customers to avoid a broad range of potential problems. These problems can be caused by situations such as rapid temperature change to process, overheating of critical components, and product non-uniformity.

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