MVTec Presents HALCON USB3 Vision Interface and 3D Vision Technology
Furthermore, MVTec will showcase the 3D vision technology of HALCON 11. Key benefits of the new USB3 Vision Standard are the high bandwidth in excess of 350 MB/s and an easy-to-use plug and play interface. Moreover, power and data are carried via the same cable. Easy software access is managed by the well-established GenICam programming interface.
With USB3 Vision, hardware and software from different vendors work seamlessly over USB 3.0 connections. Most recently, the “HALCON USB3Vision interface” has been officially validated by the AIA test procedures. In particular it was successfully tested at the AIA plugfest on October 23, 2013 with Basler, Baumer, MATRIX VISION, Point Grey, and XIMEA cameras. The interface is available for HALCON 11 on Windows 7/8 (32-bit and 64-bit).
From the HALCON user's point of view, the new interface to USB3 Vision is very similar to the existing interfaces to GigE Vision and GenICam GenTL.
In addition to the USB3 Vision topic, MVTec will showcase HALCON’s surface–based 3D matching life in a configuration with a 3D sensor.
Furthermore, MVTec will participate in the forum of the VDMA. At this booth, MVTec gives a lecture on "Identification without bar codes or data codes" (hall 3, booth 618).
For downloading the new HALCON USB3Vision interface, see
For more information about the USB3 Vision Standard, see
For more information about HALCON 3D vision, see
HALCON is the comprehensive standard software for machine vision with an integrated development environment (IDE) that is used worldwide. It enables cost savings and improved time to market: HALCON’s flexible architecture facilitates rapid development of machine vision, medical imaging, and image analysis applications. HALCON provides outstanding performance and a comprehensive support of multi-core platforms, SSE2 and AVX, as well as GPU acceleration. It serves all industries with a library of more than 1800 operators for blob analysis, morphology, matching, measuring, identification, and 3D vision, to name just a few. HALCON secures your investment by supporting a wide range of operating systems and providing interfaces to hundreds of industrial cameras and frame grabbers, including GenICam, GigE Vision, and IIDC 1394.
More information: www.halcon.com
MVTec at “SPS IPC DRIVES”, Nov 3013, 26–28: hall 7A, booth 636
MVTec is a leading manufacturer of standard software for machine vision. MVTec products are used in all demanding areas of imaging: Semi-conductor industry, web inspection, quality control and inspection applications in general, medicine, 3D vision, and surveillance. MVTec has more than 30 established distributors, located throughout Europe, North and South America, Australia, and Asia (China, Japan, Korea, India et al.). In addition, MVTec, LLC works out of Boston, MA (USA), to better attend the North American market since 2007.
For more information refer to www.mvtec.com
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