FabImage Software

Developing environment for vision engineers

Together with optics, lighting and cameras, software is a fundamental step in the development of a vision system. The software is essential to correct, process and analyze images ensuring that the result of the vision system meets inspection requirements.

With a low-level programming approach, eg. C++ combined with libraries dedicated to machine vision, you have total freedom of action; however, this requires a highly qualified and dedicated resource. That's why Opto Engineering® FABIMAGE STUDIO is the perfect solution for software development!

FABIMAGE STUDIO is a tool for machine vision engineers that will assist you in creating your applications.

The software follows a simple one logical approach to flowchart, going from input to output, combined with one of the libraries most complete on the market, with over 1000 functions. In this half-day training course, you’ll learn the basics of FabImage, how to put together basic but yet 100% functioning machine vision applications.


People new to the machine vision who need to plan, design or use machine vision systems.
o prior machine vision knowledge is required.

Machine Vision engineers who would like to get to know a remarkable tool for their future software projects.

  • Introduction to FabImage
  • Image acquisition
  • Region analysis, Template matching and Shape Fitting
  • Formulas, Macrofilter, Result Analysis
  • HMI (Human-Machine Interface)

Contact us to receive pricing information. Each participant will receive the training material in advance.
The price includes training documents, a certificate of participation and an individual appointment with our application engineers to discuss your application.


The training course will be subject to a minimum of participants. You will receive confirmation for the event 1 week in advance.


  • ico date 4 Hours
  • FORMAT: Webinar
  • LANGUAGE: English
  • TRAINER: Gaetano Panagia

Gaetano Panagia is a Technical Support Specialist at the American branch of Opto Engineering® based in Houston with their machine vision applications in North America, Canada and Latin America. He obtained his M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering from Politecnico di Torino in 2016.

After a contribution as a researcher in the nanoscience field at DTU, in Denmark, he entered the machine vision industry.

In 2018, he enrolled as a Technical Support Specialist at Opto Engineering Headquarters, in Mantova, before the relocation in the United States.

He has ever since brought his technical competence and his passion for education in assistance to our customers in the whole western hemisphere, from Prague to San Francisco, from Helsinki to Buenos Aires.