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Eagle Eye Networks introduces licence plate recognition for any camera system

Any updates or enhancements to the LPR become available instantly through the cloud to all of Eagle Eye's customers. 


March 10, 2022
By SP&T Staff

AUSTIN — Eagle Eye Networks has launched its own brand of licence plate recognition technology which incorporates AI in a cloud-based system.

A statement from the company explains that users can integrate Eagle Eye’s LPR into any camera system without the purchase of additional cameras. The LPR works with Eagle Eye’s Vehicle Surveillance Package to allow monitoring at multiple sites.

Eagle Eye Network’s camera

“We’re seeing increased demand for LPR/ANPR for security and business optimization. Eagle Eye LPR is designed to be easy to deploy and manage, and it does not require the purchase of special cameras,” said Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks in a statement.

“Our industry-leading AI not only provides high accuracy, the Eagle Eye cloud LPR is continuously improved to support new license plates and increase accuracy.”

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Eagle Eye’s software supports the LPR products of various manufacturers including cameras. Additionally, the licence plate recognition software has open API to enable integration with other technology partners. The statement from the company also explains that Eagle Eye continuously updates the AI LPR so that it can read newer licence plates. Any updates to the LPR become available instantly through the cloud to all of Eagle Eye’s customers.

Eagle Eye Networks’ camera shot

Eagle Eye Networks

The company attests that its LPR is highly accurate and can function optimally in all lighting conditions and environments.

Eagle Eye says it LPR software is suitable for smart parking lots, corporate offices, healthcare facilities, college campuses, home owners associations, critical infrastructure, restaurants and retails settings.