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# Setting up the AWS Panorama Appliance Developer Kit<a name="gettingstarted-setup"></a>
To get started using your AWS Panorama Appliance Developer Kit, register it in the AWS Panorama console and update its software\.
+ [Register and configure the developer kit](#gettingstarted-device)
+ [Upgrade the developer kit software](#gettingstarted-upgrade)
+ [Add a camera stream](#gettingstarted-setup-camera)
## Prerequisites<a name="gettingstarted-prerequisites"></a>
To follow this tutorial, you need an AWS Panorama Appliance Developer Kit and the following hardware:
+ **Display** – A display with HDMI input for viewing the sample application output
+ **USB drive** \(included\) – A FAT32\-formatted USB flash memory drive with at least 1 GB of storage, for transferring an archive with configuration files and a certificate to the AWS Panorama Appliance Developer Kit
+ **Camera** – A [network\-connected camera](gettingstarted-compatibility.md#gettingstarted-compatibility-cameras) that outputs an RTSP video stream for providing input to the camera\. The developer kit can automatically discover streams from cameras that support [ONVIF Profile S](https://www.onvif.org/conformant-products/)\.
The tutorial uses a sample computer vision model and application code\. Download the model and code before you get started\.