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MVTec Software

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The latest versions of Halcon and Merlic software will be demonstrated at MVTec Software's booth (B5.305). Robot bin picking based on matching technologies within Halcon will be on display, as will the new parallelisation capabilities of Merlic 4. A demo will show how Merlic uses deep learning OCR technologies to recognise different fonts on packaging, such as expiry dates or batch numbers, in fractions of a second. MVTec will also illustrate integration of a programmable logic controller into vision systems using Merlic.

Professor Carsten Steger, director of research at MVTec, will give a presentation during the Automatica Forum called: 'Usage scenarios for machine learning in industrial imaging – examples of current projects in the food and pharmaceutical industries'.

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