Driver for ARMv7 architecture

Driver for ARMv7 architecture
More than simple: Visit the IDS homepage, download the driver, and use the embedded board. In the future, things will be much easier for users who use IDS cameras in embedded systems.
 
From now on they can download a single standard driver for boards with ARMv7 Cortex-A (Odroid, BeagleBoard, Freescale i.MX6 etc.) - free of charge. It could not be easier.
 
The numerous advantages of the ARM (Advanced RISC Machines) architecture - such as low energy requirement and high performance - make the microprocessor chips the most widely used in the embedded sector. A driver is also available for Raspberry Pi. If users prefer different architectures, we are able to develop custom solutions on request. The standard driver will be consistently developed so that embedded users will always be right up to date.
 

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