Available with the release of Verisurf 2017 - the Verisurf Software Development Kit (or “SDK”) provides a flexible programming environment specifically designed for creating customized dimensional metrology applications that enable manufacturing automation.
Use the Verisurf SDK to create custom applications that simplify the performance of complex or multi-step dimensional metrology processes, to create entirely new functionality, or to post process Verisurf results in virtually any way imaginable.
Features and Benefits
Access Verisurf features from apps you develop
The Verisurf SDK allows you to develop custom apps in virtually any common programming language. Function calls have the same syntax regardless of the programming environment you select.
Secure and flexible network options for enterprise users
Options for TCP or Websocket communication protocols give you the flexibility to develop your programs as desktop apps or Web apps running in a standard browser.
Works with any valid Verisurf license combo
The Verisurf SDK is included with all license configurations to provide programmatic access to the Verisurf features and functions you use most often.
Communicates seamlessly with Verisurf
The SDK is capable of running commands transparently in background mode allowing you use utilize custom interfaces for your applications.
Easy to use
The SDK gives you the flexibility to program in the development environment you are most experienced with, speeding up your development time and allowing you to get started right away building custom programs.
Convenient, online support resources
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to help enterprise programmers get started building custom apps quickly with a variety of tools, supporting documentation, and code examples.
As a measurement service provider, our customers all have unique challenges and expect us to be able to solve them quickly. We rely on Verisurf for all of our service jobs because its capabilities meet that demand. Verisurf helps us get through any type of job from part inspection, layout work, alignments, or reverse engineering, then present the data graphically to our customers so they can see and understand the results.
Industrial Measurement Services, Inc. Mark Flubacher