Carrida Documentation Index

Revision: 1.0
Date: 2017-08-30
Contact: alpr.support@vision-components.com
Copyright: 2017 Vision Components GmbH, Germany
Author: VC Support

The following table gives an overview of Carrida documentation and intended audience

        General documentation    
Supported countries OEM user Full list of countries that are currently supported by the Carrida library
Hardware requirements OEM user The minimum HW requirements for Carrida on x86, and embedded ARM platforms
SDK developer Full documentation of the CARRIDA SDK
Carrida parameters OEM user / developer Full description of all CARRIDA parameters that can be set up and changed
        Windows related documentation    
Installation and Licensing on Windows OEM user Carrida installation and licensing on Windows
Carrida Demo OEM user Carrida Demo Windows GUI program documentation
Windows Development developer This technical note is aimed at Windows software developers who want to develop their own applications with the Carrida SDK on x86 or X64 Windows systems.
        Linux related documentation    
Linux Development developer This technical note is aimed at Linux software developers who want to develop their own applications with the CARRIDA SDK on x86, X64, or ARM Linux systems, including SW development on the VC CARRIDA cam.
Carrida Licensing Linux OEM user / developer How to register and license CARRIDA for Linux on x86, and embedded ARM platforms
        Carrida camera documentation    
Carrida Camera Installation OEM user Carrida Camera Installation Guide
Carrida Camera Documentation OEM user Carrida Camera Program User Documentation
        Technical application notes (TAN)    
Guidelines for Image Acquisition OEM user Guidelines for Image Acquisition for ALPR Sample Data and Applications
Optimize Image Acquisition for CARRIDA OEM user This document describes how image acquisition should be setup in order to achieve good reading results with the CARRIDA ALPR engine. It is relevant for all CARRIDA users who want to deploy and use cameras in the field.