WHAT ARE DRAGONFLY'S ARCHITECTURES?

Dragonfly is a flexible technology that can work on multiple operating systems and is available under different architectures.

  • One central server per-location;
  • Video stream sent from each device to the central server.
  • Local WLAN connection MANDATORY.
  • One computation unit for each device to be tracked
  • Local WLAN connection OPTIONAL.

COMPARISON TABLE

Different architectures for different needs

On premise processing

On board processing

Processing

On an on-premise server

On board of the device
(robot, drone, forklift, AGV...)

Internet connection required

NO

NO

Local connection required

YES

NO, unless the data has to be retrieved from external devices or applications

Pro

♦ No internet connection required
♦ One unique processing unit
♦ No internet connection required
♦ Self-contained architecture
♦ Easily scalable

ON BOARD PROCESSING

Requirements

Camera on board

A wide angle camera (130°-180°) on board the device.

Computing unit

A computing unit on board of the device.
Usually Onit provides this computation unit pre-configured.
At least an i5-8th Gen CPU or similar + 16 GB of RAM + 150 GB SSD

ON PREMISE PROCESSING

Requirements

WLAN / local wireless Connection

2 Mbps/device

Camera on board

A wide angle camera (130°-180°) on board the device. The camera needs to stream its video to the local server.

Local server

Usually Onit provides this server pre-configured. For instance, a server with 2 devices connected at the same time, in a venue of 10,000 sqm, would require a quad-core CPU like an i7-8th gen or better, 32 GB or RAM, 300 GB SSD]