With the release of version HALCON 13.0.1, MVTec Software has made its machine vision software available for ARM-based platforms running the Linux operating system. This version of the software enables users to integrate HALCON directly into ARM-based computing platforms without the need for customized porting, while also including includes standard image acquisition interfaces such as GenICam and GigE Vision. In addition, HALCON 13.0.1 also includes a number of improved features such as better grading of data-codes and optimizations for developers using the Visual Studio extension. Testing for this version of the software was performed on a number of hardware platforms, including Raspberry Pi 3B, NVIDIA Tegra TK1, and Xilinx Zedboard. Moving forward, every new maintenance and major HALCON release will be readily available for use on ARM-based platforms.
To Learn More:
Headquarters: Munich, Germany
Product: HALCON 13.0.1 machine vision software
Key Features: Ability to integrate HALCON software directly into ARM-based computing platforms, as better grading of data-codes and optimizations for developers using the Visual Studio extension.
What MVTec says:
View a press release on HALCON 13.0.1.
Share new products that you think are particularly interesting or helpful by contacting James Carroll, Senior Web Editor, Vision Systems Design.
Learn more: search the Vision Systems Design Buyer's Guide for companies, new products, press releases, and videos