MVTec Software has introduced the HALCON interface to the Tattile Tag family of Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) cameras. Using the new interface, users of the HALCON machine-vision software can acquire gray-level and RGB images from Tag cameras with only a few lines of code.
All camera functions are accessible through the user application and can be dynamically adjusted. The cooperation between MVTec and Tattile gives the large HALCON user community easy access to GigE communication and lets them benefit from the significant advantages of the Gigabit Ethernet standard.
Profit from HALCON's machine vision power on compact and robust hardware
The new HALCON 22.11 release comes in a Steady edition and a Progress edition. With HALCON 22.11, MVTec once more demonstrate that the targeted use of deep learning raises existing machine vision technologies to a new level. The 3D Gripping Point Detection, for example, offers an easy way to efficiently automate a complex application. With the new editions, MVTec is once again delivering on their promise to provide users with one of the world's most powerful and technologically advanced machine vision software solutions.