Supported Devices

Supported Devices

We support a variety of device architectures and device types.
  1. Intel NUC (amd64)
  2. Up Board (amd64)
  3. Generic x86_64 devices
  4. Coral Dev Board (aarch64)
  5. Raspberry Pi 4 (aarch64)
We test and add new devices on a regular basis.
Viso Modules are currently supported on x86_64 devices (to which you can attach GPUs, or any other accelerators such as VPUs or TPUs). If you would like to use another device with Viso Modules, please contact us.

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