Computer Vision

Let WinAutomation be your eyes on the screen

Image recognition and Computer Vision, enables you to build complex automations even in the most challenging environments, where no other way of access is feasible.

Citrix and VDIs Automation

Automations need to be aware of what is happening on the screen of the machine that they run on. For interaction with VDIs -like Remote Desktops or Citrix environments- Computer Vision is an essential capability that automations should possess. Computer Vision enables the Process to locate, search and interact with images found on the screen, or in parts of the screen or parts of an applications interface.

Image recognition is not always the first choice, but it surely saves the day in cases where you are faced with challenging inaccessible application elements or remote machines. For example, in any VDI where WinAutomation is not installed locally, you are not able to get Controls of the applications that you wish to interact with. The way to go about it is using Image Recognition activities, by working with what the screen displays and what WinAutomation “eyes” can see on it.

Let WinAutomation see the screen and check for changes

WinAutomation Image recognition actions allow you to take action upon appearance –or disappearance- of images on your monitor. It allows you to wait for an image to be present on the screen, move the mouse to it and send different types of clicks with offsets in order to select the correct image sub-region.

Let WinAutomation see the screen and check for changes

WinAutomation Image recognition actions allow you to take action upon appearance –or disappearance- of images on your monitor. It allows you to wait for an image to be present on the screen, move the mouse to it and send different types of clicks with offsets in order to select the correct image sub-region.