AI Box for Auto License Plate Recognition (ALPR) Accelerated Application

AI Box for ALPR/NPR is a deep learning application that decodes multiple real-time camera streams, detects, tracks vehicles and reads the text of license plates. Common applications include smart parking, gate security, traffic management, and law enforcement.

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  • Video pipeline with multiple AI models for detection of vehicles,​ license plates, vehicle classification, and license plate recognition​
  • Up to 2 streams of H.264/H.265 decode at 1080p resolutions​
  • End-to-End LPR solution including dashboards, remote monitoring,​ blacklist and whitelist of vehicles​
  • Open REST APIs for custom integration​
  • Complete application with including hardware design
Frequently Asked Questions

No, the app does not need any experience in FPGA design.

Off the shelf LPR for North America, Europe, India, Australia. Customization options for other countries available on request.


Both monthly subscription and one time license options are available.

No, LPR solution is fully video, and camera based.

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