MVTec to exhibit at Automatica Sprint digital trade fair, 22-24 June

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MVTec Software GmbH (www.mvtec.com), a leading international provider of machine vision software, will be presenting its portfolio at the automatica sprint digital trade fair (automatica-munich.com) from June 22 to 24. Visitors to the leading virtual trade fair for automation and robotics can learn about the features of current and future HALCON and MERLIC releases online and interact with MVTec experts – from the comfort of their own PCs.

Optimize machine vision with the latest deep learning features

One highlight of the trade fair presence will be the live-streamed presentation titled “MVTec’s deep learning spectrum.” Participants will find out how they can take advantage of the latest developments in deep learning and get the most out of their machine vision applications. Within this presentation, MVTec is also offering a preview of the next version of its all-in-one machine vision software MERLIC 5, to be released in fall. What makes this event especially practical is that participation is interactive and users can ask questions directly via live chat or a call function.

Visitors will also benefit from an exciting on-demand presentation that emphasizes practical applications. Speakers will examine specific application scenarios of MVTec machine vision products in industry in order to illustrate their practical benefits and potential for users. This will provide viewers with transparent insights into realized customer projects and success stories. The focus will be on different technologies from a wide range of industries.

Engage in an interactive dialog with MVTec

In the course of the two presentations, participants can obtain a comprehensive overview of innovative deep learning technologies, of the latest HALCON software version 21.05, and of the soon-to-be-released MERLIC 5. The virtual trade fair format also provides participants with many opportunities to enter into interactive dialog with MVTec experts.

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28 September 2021

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28 September 2021

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