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  1. I am writing an automated inspection application for a pharmaceutical company. The application is for the manufacturing line and therefore needs to be compliant with FDA requirements. As far as I can tell the DSC module is designed to handle e-signatures and the like, but I'm concerned flags will be raised as to the compliance of LabVIEW and the Vision Development Module itself. I'm using basic edge detection tools to measure critical dimensions on glass syringes. Nothing too fancy. Has anyone successfully used the NI Vision toolbox in approved, Part 11-compliant applications? I'm hoping to hear of some success stories so I can feel confident I am building this around an appropriate library.
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