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Tygron products utilize gaming technology as their driving force, most notably the 3D visualization. This technology does mean a computer must meet certain requirements to be able to run Tygron products. Your hardware is automatically categorized into the following scores. The total score of your computer is based on the lowest scoring component, and will affect both the default graphical settings and the ability to load in larger project areas.

CPU (Processor) Memory (RAM) GPU (Videocard)* Recommended system Notes on score
LOW Celeron At least 4GB RAM Benchmark score below 1000
with OpenGL 4.0, GLSL 400
Systems with this score are not fully supported. Graphical issues and slow responses can be expected. Projects with a map area <= 10x10km can be loaded.
Core 2
At least 8GB RAM Benchmark score above 1000 HP Omen Desktop 870-242nd
This model is currently in active use at Tygron.
Projects with a map area <= 20x20km can be loaded.
HIGH i3, i5 At least 16GB RAM Benchmark score above 2000 Projects with a map area <= 30x30km can be loaded.
EXTREME i7 At least 32GB RAM Benchmark score above 10.000
* We have found that NVIDIA cards provide the best stability in comparison to Intel and AMD. Therefore, we can strongly advise NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3050 (or better) for desktop and laptops computers. We recommend looking for cards in the high-end consumer segment (GeForce), as the Tygron Platform does not make use of the extreme-precision capabilities of the more expensive Quadro cards.

In addition, your computer must have the following:

Screen resolution 1280 x 800 pixels or higher, without screen scaling
Operating system ** Windows 8, 10 (64 bit)
Internet connection *** Required
** Only Windows is currently officially supported. Although it's possible to download experimental versions for mac and linux, any issues while using the Tygron Platform for these platforms are at the user's own risk.
*** There are no specific requirements to the internet connection. However, we advise to test the performance and connectivity of the available connection when preparing for a session.

Multi-GPU systems

When the Tygron Platform detects a system with multiple GPU's, such as an Intel processor's integrated graphics chip as well as a dedicated Geforce video card, you may be prompted to ensure the more powerful of the two GPU's is used to run the Tygron Platform. Specific settings to configure this may vary per vendor. Keep in mind that some systems be also be configured to deactivate the more powerful GPU when running in a power-saving or low-battery mode. In these cases ensure that either the performance mode of the system is changed, or that the more powerful GPU remains available for the Tygron Platform.


Virtual environments are currently not supported. The Tygron Platform's 3D visualization is one of its basic functionalities. To properly render a 3D environment as performant as possible, the software requires being run on a physical computer. Virtualization software (such as Citrix or VMware) is currently not supported, because the speed of 3D rendering is significantly reduced by virtualization, which abstracts direct access to the GPU, slowing the process of rendering the 3D environment.

Software Guide

In addition to hardware requirements, the following software is also required.

Video card Drivers

Please make sure you have the latest official drivers installed for your video card from the original manufacturer. In case you upgrade your videocard to a better one from a different manufacturere, please remove the old drivers before running the Tygron Geodesign Platform again. Not removing may result in the hardware check not recognizing your new video card, and thus the platform not starting.





For web-based interactions with the Tygron Platform, such as the web interface, the latest (stable) versions of the following browsers are supported:

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Opera



Because the Tygron Platform is 3D visualization software, the various hardware requirements list above must all be met. A brief clarification of why each requirement is relevant:


The processor is the general "computing" part of a computer, performing most functions of a computer. General responsiveness of the application and the computer itself are dictated by the processor.


The memory of a computer is what allows it to actively work with data. The more memory a computer has, the more data it can keep at the ready simultaneously.


Often in the form of a videocard, the graphical processor deals with all visualization matters. This component makes the 3D visualization of the Tygron Platform possible.

Screen resolution

The Tygron Platform is a complex tool, and require sufficient screen space to allow an overview of all options and information panels.

Internet connection

The core technology of the Tygron Platform is cloud-based. Your computer needs to be able to visualize the application and keep data about the project available, but the really heavy lifting in terms of calculations is done in the cloud. This means you need to be connected to the internet, and the better your internet connection the more responsive the application will be when dealing with data updates.


The ability to support the use of specific software can be based on a variety of decision. A brief clarification on the supported software:


At the time of writing, Microsoft's Internet Explorer is only available on Windows for legacy reasons, and Microsoft is actively encouraging users to switch to more modern browsers. Additionally, Microsoft's Edge browser is not fully supported.