For remote systems, it is possible to receive events from the LPR channel. The Server with the running Auto-Intellect software acts as a TCP Server.

When a new LP number is added to the Auto-Intellect database, the Server transfers the data via the TCP port 35555 and TCP port 55555 in the following formats:

TCP port 35555

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><CAR_PLATE version="1.0" direction = "in" cam-id = "1" time = "0000-00-00T00:00:00" plate = "x000xx000" plate_mask = "" confidence = "90" >...image64...</CAR_PLATE>

The transmitted data structure is described in the table below.


Vehicle moving direction. The following values are possible:

  • in – To the camera (defined by Vehicle license plates)
  • out – From the camera (defined by Vehicle license plates)
  • left – On the left (defined by carriage, container numbers).
  • right – On the right (defined by carriage, container numbers).
  • none – Not defined
ID of the camera that captured the vehicle
Time of LP number recognition
If the LP number was recognized, the field contains the text of the recognized number, otherwise - "Not defined"
Country the recognized LP number belongs to
Accuracy of LP number recognition in percent
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LP photo in "base64" format

TCP port 55555


The transmitted data structure is described in the table below.

0x02Start byte
YYYYYear (four numbers 0000-9999)
MMMonth (two numbers 01-12)
DDDay of the month (two numbers 01-31)
HHHour (two numbers 00-23)
MMMinutes (two numbers 00-59)
SSSeconds (two numbers 00-59)
CCCamera number (two numbers 00-99)
NNNNNNNNNText of the recognized number (arbitrary number of symbols), or "Not defined" if the number was not recognized

End byte

The beginning and end of the message are transferred by the start byte and the end byte respectively. The message between these bytes is transferred in text format.