Development made easy
Are you a developer and want to change the way spectral cameras are used in the future? We love the ingenuity of our costumers and want to support you to the fullest. With Cubert Utils developer you get full access to all development features of the camera and maximum support from our side. Get full access to our knowledge and to novel functionalities months before they are released. Get full impact on our development road map and enjoy 5 included licenses and special support. If you want to talk about your application, we are happy to secure your ideas with an NDA.
Developing customized solutions within 30 minutes
Your package comes fully loaded with all features we developed. In this small video we developed a ripeness monitor for palm oil fruit within 30 minutes after seeing the samples for the first time. Please feel free to ask how we can support your application:
SDK implementation and source code access
This package includes a full SDK implementation with development support and source code access. Get access to both interfaces we have developed. Cubert Utils Pilot is the scientific reference providing full overview on all functions, while Cubert Utils Touch was designed for any kind of touch applications, focussing on the data visualization.
The software architecture of our systems lets you fully control our devices from (nearly) any programming language available. To demonstrate this easy process we implemented additional user interfaces in different languages. These example interfaces are starting points to get you runing with your own application developement. The code of this interfaces is open source and free of charge for you to use, modify and distribute. We provide two demo interfaces.
- Simple to use SDK
- Communication with the camera from (nearly) any computer language possible
- Example Python interface (Python is a simple-to-learn and open source programming language)
- Example Matlab interface (Matlab is a very successful language for scientific computing)
- You get the source code of both interfaces