We have 2 versions of our ALPR SDK: Subscription and Perpetual. The Subscription SDK License requires Internet once every 30 days so that we can ensure that the License Key is still valid. The Perpetual SDK License does not require Internet access after the initial installation.
We do offer a Free Trial of our On-Premise SDK upon request. We encourage users who are evaluating Plate Recognizer to first start with the free trial via our API Cloud. The code to use our Cloud API is identical to that of our On-Premise SDK. Contact us for more info.
Yes! The Annual SDK Maintenance is included in your Subscription SDK License.
After the initial installation, the Perpetual SDK License does not require Internet access. Only the Subscription SDK License requires some Internet access.
Yes! Please contact us for more information.
No. The Annual SDK Maintenance is purchased separately from the Perpetual SDK License.
For a Perpetual SDK License, if the machine is not able to connect to the Internet and uninstall the existing SDK onboard, then there is no way for us to determine that the original SDK was removed. In this situation, unfortunately, you will have to purchase a new SDK license.
Annual SDK Maintenance covers support, ongoing software updates, ANPR engine improvements, and ability to move SDK license to another machine. Annual Maintenance is only for customers with a Perpetual SDK license. Maintenance is automatically included for customers on a Subscription SDK license.
The Annual SDK Maintenance cost is calculated as 20% of the purchased price of the Perpetual SDK license.
We offer a Free Trial of our API Cloud and SDK so developers can easily test out our software in a pre-production environment. For production use, please subscribe to one of our Plans.
We inform you on the number of Plate Lookups used in our SDK and Cloud API. This way, you can upgrade to a higher plan whenever the current plan is about to reach its limit. The number of Plate Lookups will be limited to the selected plan for each month.
A Lookup is basically any image that is sent over to the API Cloud or SDK. Even if that image does not contain a vehicle plate, it is still counted as a Lookup. A single Lookup may have multiple vehicles in the image.
For Cloud API, there is a maximum of 8 Plate Lookups per second. The SDK can support unlimited Lookups per second.
Our ALPR works with blurry, low-res, night-time photos. Sun-glare, sideways view, etc.
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