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A huge range of embedded vision software applications are based on Arm® architectures. MVTec's machine vision software HALCON runs perfectly on embedded devices and thus enable innovative and high-performing embedded vision products, available on the market as bundles or standard software products. HALCON, including its deep learning technologies, is ready-to-go for a large variety of Arm-based platforms. It works out-of-the-box to ideally help you solve your embedded vision tasks within Arm architectures.
To optimize implementation, our software also supports all relevant interfaces, such as GigEVision, USB3Vision, Video4Linux, and MIPI CSI for image acquisition or the OPC UA interface for communication with the PLC.
Within these products, our software allows for fast implementation and maximum compatibility (e.g., regarding operating systems and architectures). This is also thanks to the fact that by default, HALCON (including its deep learning technologies) is ready to be used on Arm®-based platforms without further porting. Furthermore, HALCON facilitate great flexibility for configuring and/or programming embedded vision applications.
Features of HALCON for embedded vision
Profit from HALCON's machine vision power on Arm-based platforms:
HPeek is a free demo program, that allows you to get a first impression of HALCON running on your Arm-based embedded platform.
It shows key features of HALCON for these platforms as well as typical machine vision applications that are being executed directly on the device. This allows you to easily evaluate the performance of the software in connection with your own hardware system.
Furthermore, no extra license is required to run HPeek: After the download and installation, it runs out-of-the-box. If a progress license is available, HPeek even lets users execute their own HDevelop scripts on their embedded device without any need for compiling.
Internally, HPeek is based on the established technology of the HDevEngine.