MVTec Software GmbH
MVTec Deep Learning Tool
Free tool for easy labelling of your data thanks to the intuitive user interface – without any programming knowledge. This data can be seamlessly integrated into HALCON and MERLIC to perform deep-learning-based object detection, classification and semantic / instance segmentation.
- All-in-one software for building applications without programming
- Custom tools for user-defined tools
- Integration with HALCON possible
HALCON is a comprehensive standard software for machine vision with an integrated development environment (IDE) that serves all industries. It provides outstanding performance and a comprehensive support of multi-core platforms and special instructions sets like AVX2, as well as GPU acceleration.
|HALCON 20.11 leaflet | 20.11||Data sheets||2.6 MB|
|HALCON 21.05 leaflet | 21.05||Data sheets||1.5 MB|
|HALCON 21.11 leaflet | 21.11||Data sheets||1.3 MB|
|HALCON 22.05 lefleat | 22.05||Data sheets||1.2 MB|
|HALCON 22.11 Leaflet | 22.11||Data sheets||1.1 MB|
|HALCON agriculture leaflet||Data sheets||3.2 MB|
|HALCON brochure | 22.11||Data sheets||8.0 MB|
|MERLIC leaflet||Data sheets||954.3 KB|
HALCON 20.11 launch: Improved surface-based 3D-matching and Deep OCR
HALCON 20.11 is due to be released on November 20, 2020 and it’s packed with many new features such as deep learning edge detection, Deep OCR and faster 3D matching – all of which will help to further enhance the performance of your machine vision application.
MVTec HALCON 19.11 extends deep learning and more
Deep learning, 3D imaging and code reading capabilities are enhanced in Halcon 19.11. Now only a low number of high quality defect-free, un-labelled training images are needed for automated surface defect inspection.
STEMMER IMAGING and MVTec expand co-operation into the UK and Ireland
STEMMER IMAGING AG and MVTec Software GmbH are expanding their co-operation for the distribution of HALCON and MERLIC machine vision software to include the United Kingdom and Ireland. This will take effect from 1st September 2019, and further builds on the current distribution agreement between the two companies which already covers 14 European countries.