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HALCON 新闻稿

3D Machine Vision Makes Robotics More Efficient

During this year’s world leading industry fairs Hannovermesse and AUTOMATICA, Hanover respectively Munich, Germany, MVTec Software GmbH will present...

AVT 新闻稿

ActivVisionTools 3.1 with Highly-Robust Data Code Reader

The easy-to-use software ActivVisionTools from MVTec, Munich, Germany, now makes machine vision easier than ever. Highlight of the new version is the...

HALCON 新闻稿

First IDE for Machine Vision

MVTec Software GmbH, Munich, Germany, has extended its machine vision software HALCON by the interpreter HDevelop Engine. Thus, HALCON is the only...

AVT 新闻稿

Data Code Reading Easy, Fast, and Reliable

With the new version 3.1 of its easy-to-use machine vision software

ActivVisionTools, MVTec makes the reading of data codes easier than ever. ...

HALCON 新闻稿

HALCON Captures Intelligent Camera Market

The machine vision software HALCON from MVTec that is used worldwide now captures the market for intelligent cameras. Several well-known manufacturers...

HALCON 新闻稿

MVTec and Tattile Introduce HALCON Interface to TAG Cameras

MVTec Software GmbH is proud to introduce the HALCON interface to the Tattile TAG cameras, the leading family of Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) cameras....

HALCON 新闻稿

HALCON 7.1 - Intelligent and Powerful Machine Vision Software

New operators based on new technologies now make machine vision more accurate, more reliable, and faster than ever. With the new version 7.1 of their...

HALCON 新闻稿

HALCON with 64 Bit Technology under Windows

The new HALCON 7.1 version runs natively under Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. With this, MVTec Software GmbH, Munich (Germany), offers...

MVTec 新闻稿

MVTec Shifts from MultiPix to Lambda Photometrics

From the 1st August 2005, the distribution of MVTec machine vision software products in the UK and Ireland will be performed by Lambda Photometrics...

HALCON 新闻稿

HALCON Optimally Prepared for Multi-Core CPUs

Leading microprocessor manufacturers are reporting that the near future belongs to multi-core processors because clock rates of state-of-the-art...