First of all, I'm very grateful for this piece of software. I used to own it when it was free, and though you now have to pay for it, I think the developers are more than entitled to compensation for offering the public this tool to develop vision based robotics. The fee itself, is affordable too, even for a commercial use--particularly if you own a small business like I do and are on a budget. Thank you so very much.
Over the past years that I've used the software, I was impressed and intrigued by the features and the ease of use. Now that I'm able to use a trial version of the latest rendition, it's better than ever and has exceeded my requirements for my robotics projects. I would like to purchase a commercial license for my robotics project, NINA, as people in the autism community are interested in purchasing my robot. I'm currently developing a commercial line.
Now, technically, if I'm using roborealm commercially, the examples I've read include operations in a factory or whatnot (at least that's what I want to say). If I'm selling my robot to others, does the commercial license allow for packaging the vision program into the robot's main controller? Will I have to purchase a commercial license for each sold robot?
I would just like to know ahead of time so I can figure out what my costs will be and adjust my price for a NINA robot.
Thanks again. Loren John Presley