The table below summarizes the recommended specifics of the computing unit needed to properly run Dragonfly.
The computing unit can be a mini PC, laptop, desktop machine, server or a powerful tablet.
|CPU||64 bits CPU with at least 4 physical cores and at least 1.8 GHz of frequency (e.g. AMD Ryzen 3, Intel Core i5-8250U). A processor with 2 cores and 4 threads is NOT considered as a 4 physical cores CPU|
|RAM||at least 8 GB|
|Storage||at least 20 GB of free space for the installation of the Dragonfly Java App + 100 GB of additional space to store the 3D map of the features detected inside the environment (which is a function of the size of the environments)|
You can find more information inside this page.
You can purchase a ready-to-use Dragonfly Kit that includes:
- the latest version of Dragonfly already installed on a mini PC.
- a pre-calibrated monocular or stereoscopic camera.
- an extended free evaluation license of 6 months + premium technical support.
With this Dragonfly Kit you can start using Dragonfly, and enjoy its centimeter accuracy, as soon as you receive the package.
Click here to buy your Dragonfly Kit now
About the Operating Systems
Dragonfly is meant to run on the OS versions listed above. If you want to try Dragonfly on different OS versions, feel free to do it and share your results with us.
If you need Dragonfly to run on other OS (different from those listed above), please contact us and we can discuss the custom development of a Dragonfly version compatible with your OS.
About the Internet connection
At the very first launch an Internet connection is required to validate the credentials and to download the floor plans and geo-fences (when available). The domains that must be reachable (via port HTTPS/443) from the machine that runs Dragonfly are: “s3.amazonaws.com”, “*.accuware.com”, “*.navizon.com”. Once the credentials are validated, it is possible to use Dragonfly offline for 30 days. If you are interested in using Dragonfly completely offline for an unlimited time please contact us at this link.