MVTec is a leading international manufacturer of software for machine vision. MVTec products are used in all demanding areas of imaging and enable new automation solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things by providing high-end technologies like 3D vision, deep learning, and embedded vision. Machine vision software from MVTec is developed and designed right at the headquarter in Munich, Germany.



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New version HALCON 21.05 is available now

HALCON 21.05 has been released as of today. HALCON Progress users benefit from various improvements and new features:

Deep OCR improvements

With Deep OCR, HALCON includes a holistic deep-learning-based approach to OCR. Compared to other algorithms,…

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| Certified Integration Partner

New CIP in the Netherlands: EKB

MVTec welcomes EKB as a new member of the Certified Integration Partner Program.

Based in Haaksbergen, Netherlands, EKB Groep B.V. can now look back on 50 years of experience in the field of industrial autmation. Their portfolio includes machine…

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HALCON 21.05 Webinar

The new version HALCON 21.05 will be released on May 21, 2021 and comes with many new and improved features. These include optimized technologies for the sub-pixel bar code reader, HALCON's Deep OCR as well as HALCON's shape-based matching.



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| HALCON, online, Asia, Malaysia, Singapore

LINXDays Southeast Asia 2021

LINXDays Southeast Asia 2021 presented by our distributor LINX Singapore Pte Ltd

| Deep Learning, online, Europe

Webinar: MVTec´s Deep Learning Spectrum

In this webinar, you will learn how you can use the latest deep learning developments to get the…

| HALCON, MERLIC, online

Digital Automatica Sprint 2021

Visit us at Automatica Sprint from June 22-24, 2021 and learn more about the features of the current…

| HALCON, online, , Germany

HALCON Camera Calibration & Application

In this online seminar you will learn how to use camera calibration in your image processing…