The Pleora eBUS-ISR SDK helps manufacturers and integrators design standards-compliant software applications that receive and transmit both Def Stan 00-082 Vetronics Infrastructure for Video Over Ethernet (VIVOE) and GigE Vision video streams in GVA (Def Stan 23-009) and NGVA (STANAG 4754) local situational awareness (LSA) and C4ISR platforms.

Building on Pleora’s decades of expertise in image capture, display, and transmission for mission-critical imaging applications, the eBUS-ISR SDK networks ruggedized GigE Vision and VIVOE cameras, sensors, and video equipment from multiple vendors through a comprehensive API that is portable across Linux and Windows operating systems. Building image processing applications on top of eBUS-ISR, users are no longer tied to manufacturer-specific SDKs and can develop systems using any GigE Vision and VIVOE compliant camera or image sensor. By using a shared SDK for all transport functions, designers can preserve existing software investments while adding advanced systems capabilities to help increase mission effectiveness.

eBUS-ISR is an off-the-shelf solution that reduces costs and risks by eliminating the need to design and test proprietary code. Instead, developers can focus their expertise and investment on value-added functionality for end-users. In addition, complete lifecycle management of the SDK by Pleora helps ensure a secure, reliable, and cost-effective supply chain while reducing interoperability risks and long-term support burden.

eBUS-ISR SDK (Developer Seat License)

Te Pleora eBUS-ISR SDK is built on a single API to receive and transmit GigE Vision and VIVOE video over GigE and 10 GigE that is portable across Windows and Linux operating systems. With an eBUS-ISR Developer Seat License, designers can develop production-ready software applications in the same environment as their end-users, quickly and easily modify applications for different media, while avoiding supporting multiple APIs from various vendors. Compared to camera vendor-provided SDKs, eBUS-ISR frees developers from being tied to a specific camera, and instead, they can choose the device that is best for the application.

eBUS-ISR complies fully with the GigE Vision, GenICam, GVA, and NGVA standards. It interoperates seamlessly with Pleora’s video, as well as with standards-compliant products from other manufacturers. The Pleora eBUS-ISR SDK Developer Seat License includes available receive and transmits modules and access to online support and technical documentation. For dedicated technical expertise, including installation and configuration support, a Developer Support Subscription is available. Applications written with eBUS-ISR libraries will require an eBUS-ISR Rx runtime license for deployment to a target device.

eBUS-ISR Rx for Host Applications

eBUS-ISR Rx manages high-speed reception of GigE Vision and VIVOE images or data into buffers for hand-off to the end application for further analysis. Developers can write applications that run on a host computer to seamlessly control and configure an unlimited number of GigE Vision and VIVOE compliant sensors. The eBUS-ISR Universal Pro Driver reduces CPU usage when receiving images or data in GigE Vision-based platforms, leaving more processing power for analysis and inspection applications while helping meet latency and throughput requirements for real-time applications. The eBUS-ISR Universal Pro Driver is easily integrated into third-party processing software to bring performance advantages to end-user applications.

eBUS-ISR Tx for Sensor Devices

eBUS-ISR Tx is a software implementation of a full device level GigE Vision or VIVOE transmitter, without requiring any additional hardware.

Adding eBUS-ISR Tx to a CPU’s software stack turns it into a fully compliant GigE Vision device that supports image transmission and enables the device to respond to control requests from a host controller. eBUS-ISR Tx is GigE Vision and GenICam compliant, meaning end-users can use any standards-compliant third-party image processing system.


  • Image capture, display, and transmission through a simple API portable across Windows and Linux — no need to support multiple APIs from different vendors
  • Works with GigE Vision and VIVOE compliant cameras, sensors, and other video equipment from devices from any vendor (Receive multicast uncompressed video streams from connected GigE Vision and VIVOE devices, Pass-through H.264 compressed video streams)
  • Accelerate application development (Sample applications in various programming languages and frameworks provide a quick-start platform for development, eBUS-ISR Player Toolkit allows users to view streams and adjust configurations)
  • First-class development support, including Developer Support Subscription, ensures optimal performance
  • Supported Operating Systems (Debian 64-bit Linux version,
  • 9.4.0 and higher running on Intel architecture,
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 64-bit Linux version 7.4 and higher running on Intel architecture, Windows 64-bit 7/8/8.1/10 operating system running on Intel architecture)
  • Supported Application Layer Protocols (Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP), Session Announcement Protocol (SAP), Session Description Protocol (SDP), GigE Vision Streaming Protocol (GVSP), GigE Vision Control Protocol (GVCP))


  • Local Situational Awareness
  • 360 Degree Video Surveillance
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