HALCON running on Arm-based platforms
A huge range of embedded vision software applications are based on Arm® architectures. HALCON is ready-to-go for a large variety of Arm-based platforms. It works out-of-the-box to ideally help you solve your embedded vision tasks within Arm architectures.
- Profit from HALCON's machine vision power on Arm-based platforms
- Access the full functionality of HALCON
- Execution of HDevelop programs on your platform
- Integrate powerful image processing into your individual machine vision application
- Ready-to-go: Simply download HALCON and it is running on your ARM-based platform without any need of further porting. Ideally, choose one of the following options here:
Minimum System Requirements
HALCON is running on all Arm-based platforms fullfilling the following system requirements:
|Software requirements||Hardware requirements|
|Linux with hidraw Kernel support||Armv7-A with NEON Support|
|hardfloat ABI||256 MB RAM|
|glibc: 2.17||USB host port|
In general, HALCON for Arm-based platforms is running on a huge variety of platforms. The following were extensively tested by MVTec:
- NVIDIA Tegra TK1
- Raspberry Pi 3B, incl. support of the camera module
- Toradex Apalis TK1 on Ixora Carrier Board
- Xilinx Zynq-7000 (Xilinx Zedboard)
HALCON has also successfully been tested on Armv7-A with NEON support, such as Cortex A5, A7, A8, A9, A15, for example BeagleBoard-xM, PandaBoard, Raspberry Pi 2B, picoZed Smart Vision Development Kit (SVDK).
Working with HALCON on Arm-based platforms
Find more details about how to work with HALCON here.
|Programmer's Manual (restricted access*)|
|HALCON for Arm®-based Platforms||Download PDF*||429 KB|
Please find more details and guides on our general HALCON documentation page.