DIGIEVER Releases Firmware 74 Version 
with Automatic Number Plate Recognition Solution

December 9, 2022

DIGIEVER is excited to announce that firmware 74 is officially released for Linux-embedded DIGIEVER NVR UHD series with a value-added solution – Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR/LPR). It is designed to connect seamlessly to any business system such as retail parks, supermarket, private car parks and office access control as well as the police force for law enforcement purpose.

By upgrading firmware and license purchase, users can easily build dedicated ANPR channel for real-time monitoring and storing the results on one hand, on the other hand, users can utilize NVR’s comprehensive functionalities and traffic management applications simultaneously.

DIGIEVER NVR offers up to 2 ANPR channels per NVR. By utilizing 2 ANPR channels, users are able to smoothly manage their environment by defining an entrance and an exit area. The ANPR function is now available on DIGIEVER NVR models: DS-2204 UHD, DS-4204 UHD, DS-4208 UHD, and DS-4212 UHD.

By utilizing DIGIEVER all-in-one NVR functionality, firmware 74 not only delivers our user with more third-party device compatibility but also allows our user to operate a more efficient function such as the time-divided search, ANPR monitoring, and audio selection on local monitoring. DIGIEVER is dedicated to providing our users with high price-performance ratio products, and we continued to grow together with our customers from all over the world

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