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Component License vs Volume License Manager

PostPosted: Sep 13, 2017 02:06
by weiloonhow
Hi Support,

In the pricing model, I noticed the following items:
• Additional Face Verification component license(s)
• Additional Face Extractor component license(s)
• Additional Face Matcher component license(s)

What is the difference between component license and Volume License Manager (additional dongles for Volume License Manager)?

Given the scenario that if I purchased 1 x VeriLook SDK and 1 x SentiVeillance SDK for development; and subsequently, if I will to deploy my application to the following machine:
Deploy 5 x machine for Live Face Extraction using VeriLook
Deploy 2 x machine for Live Face Detection using SentiVeillance

Note: The machine does not have any internet connection.

What should I purchase given the above scenario?

Thank you for the help.

Re: Component License vs Volume License Manager

PostPosted: Sep 13, 2017 08:49
by vaidasz
weiloonhow wrote:Hi Support,

In the pricing model, I noticed the following items:
• Additional Face Verification component license(s)
• Additional Face Extractor component license(s)
• Additional Face Matcher component license(s)

What is the difference between component license and Volume License Manager (additional dongles for Volume License Manager)?
As it is written on http://www.neurotechnology.com/licensing_verilook.html website licenses could be provided as serial numbers, internet licenses or in dongle.
Specific components are need to be obtained at the startup of each application that uses our SDK functionality. Please check tutorial/samples - each of them contain NLicense.ObtainComponents() function.

weiloonhow wrote:Given the scenario that if I purchased 1 x VeriLook SDK and 1 x SentiVeillance SDK for development; and subsequently, if I will to deploy my application to the following machine:
Deploy 5 x machine for Live Face Extraction using VeriLook
Deploy 2 x machine for Live Face Detection using SentiVeillance

Note: The machine does not have any internet connection.

What should I purchase given the above scenario?

Thank you for the help.

In such case you could either use licenses provided as serial numbers (are not supported on virtual machine) or dongle.

Re: Component License vs Volume License Manager

PostPosted: Sep 13, 2017 09:38
by weiloonhow
Hi Vaidasz,

Thank you for the reply.

I understand that I will have to use either serial numbers or dongle.
But do I still need to purchase additional component license for each of the client machine that I am deploying?
What is the difference between component license and the license in the dongle?

Thank you.

Best Regards,
Lucas

Re: Component License vs Volume License Manager

PostPosted: Sep 13, 2017 13:00
by vaidasz
weiloonhow wrote:Hi Vaidasz,

Thank you for the reply.

I understand that I will have to use either serial numbers or dongle.
But do I still need to purchase additional component license for each of the client machine that I am deploying?
What is the difference between component license and the license in the dongle?

Thank you.

Best Regards,
Lucas


Each device/computer must contain specific license(s) activated depending on the SDK functionality being used.
Please just ignore "component" word. It is a regular license.