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Webinar: Pick & Place with HALCON

In this webinar you will learn how to locate random objects in different scenarios with HALCON to optimize your pick and place or random bin picking applications by using live examples and specific use cases.
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Pick & Place with HALCON

The need for robot-based automation of pick-and-place applications in logistics, warehousing, order picking, or packaging is very high. But if the objects to be handled vary widely in shape, size, color or positioning, time-consuming teaching procedures are not very practical and prevent efficient automation. This is where intelligent machine vision software can help to enable robots to identify even unknown objects and find the best grip positions for safe picking.

MVTec HALCON as a comprehensive standard software for industrial image processing can handle 2D as well as 3D camera data. It offers also a wide range of possibilities to locate random objects in different scenarios and can therefore contribute to your pick and place and even random bin-picking applications.

Learn more in our guest lecture in the online event "Pick and Place – AI based vision solutions for robotic automations" of our distribution partner IDS. Using live examples and specific use cases, you will get to know some of the various methods in detail and how to assess which method is the fastest and best solution for your own application.

The online event lasts 90 minutes and features the MVTec lecture as well as two other guest presentations.

Date: July 20, 2021
Time: 3:00 pm (CEST)
Duration: 90 min
Language: English
Speaker: Luzia Beisiegel, MVTec Software GmbH and two other guest lecturers

The webinar is part of the free online event "Pick and Place – AI based vision solutions for robotic automations" hosted by our distribution partner IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH and will be held by Luzia Beisiegel, Product Owner HALCON Library at MVTec.

To participate in the webinar, simply sign up for the IDS Vision Channel. The registration is free of charge.

Register here!