MVTec to present at Embedded World in Nuremberg
MVTec Software GmbH, the leading international provider of machine vision software, makes embedded vision solutions a primary focus of its product portfolio. The company will be presenting its entire range of these technologies at embedded world in Nuremberg. In particular, MVTec will focus on speed, robustness, and hardware compatibility for applications in all industrial sectors. Visitors to booth 203 in hall 4 will be able to take a first-hand look at the features of the latest releases of MVTec's standard machine vision software products HALCON and MERLIC. The manufacturer will also emphasize the benefits of professional, commercial machine vision software and provide insight into the comprehensive applications of deep learning technologies on embedded devices.
Live demonstrations clarify practical application scenarios
A number of live demonstrations will provide practical insight into embedded vision applications. For example, a multi-platform setup will show how four embedded boards perform different tasks with HALCON and MERLIC, thereby showcasing the wide range of platforms on which MVTec's software runs. Another demonstration will illustrate how MVTec MERLIC identifies and checks medical test tubes as objects. It uses the PALLAS smart camera from MVTec's Chinese partner DAHENG IMAGING. In a third demonstration, five standard examples of deep learning will be run simultaneously – namely, semantic segmentation, object detection, classification, optical character recognition (OCR), and the latest MVTec feature: anomaly detection. An NVIDIA Xavier will be used as the platform.
MVTec will also participate in the supporting program at the trade fair. Christoph Wagner, Product Manager for Embedded Vision, will hold a presentation entitled "Why Choosing the Right Machine Vision Software for an Embedded Vision Product is not a No-brainer" at the embedded world conference on February 27 from 10:30 to 11:00 am. Furthermore, MVTec will offer a presentation on "MVTec HALCON Deep Learning for Embedded Devices" at the accompanying embedded world Exhibitors' Forum on February 25 from 01:30 to 02:00 pm.