Vision Processor Software Package

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Hailo-15™ is accompanied by a comprehensive vision processor software package for SoC includes set of drivers, libraries and tools designed to develop smart cameras based on AI computer vision. It includes all the support for camera hardware interfaces and protocols, and it also includes specialized image and video processing algorithms and vision subsystem that are optimized for the requirements of camera-based applications.

Application Processor:

  1. Linux and BSP
    • Yocto-based Linux distribution provides all BSP (Board Support Package) components, including kernel drivers, libraries, API (Application Programming Interfaces) and additional software components 
  2. HailoRT runtime AI library and TAPPAS example applications from the SW Suite are fully integrated into the Linux distribution 
  3. Vision Subsystem & ISP 
    • Image acquisition drivers 
    • Computer vision algorithms and ISP pipeline 
    • Sensor calibration and tuning tools 
  4. Libraries for video and image processing applications such as OpenCV and GStreamer 


  1. Digital Signal Processor (DSPs) performing complex image processing algorithms in real-time 
  2. DSP Firmware providing an optimized image processing library with dozens of ready to use kernels 
  3. Linux integrated driver interfacing between both video and image processing applications and the DSP 

HailoRT and TAPPAS
are from the
Hailo AI SW Suite and are fully integrated into the Linux distribution

Hailo-15™ SoC

Application Processor


User Application


Libraries (Open CV, GStreamer,...)

BSP, Drivers

Linux Kernel

NN Core



Additional HW

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EU Research and Innovation Program

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 849921

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020.