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License Plate Recognition Data
Our license plate recognition data serves the auto recovery industry and delivers big results. DRN’s cameras capture more data than any other company nationwide. Here’s how it works. The United States is home to the largest passenger vehicle market in the world with over 250 million vehicles. Every car has a license plate and License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology captures the plate number, vehicle location, time and date. LPR capture simply automates a process that has been done manually for years – capturing publicly available information. We take that LPR data, plug it into our auto recovery solution for fast repossessions, and help lenders recover assets quickly and efficiently.
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Motorola Solutions Acquires VaaS International Holdings, Leader in Data and Image Analytics for Vehicle Location
Acquisition complements Motorola Solutions’ command center software suite CHICAGO, LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA and FORT WORTH, TEXAS – Jan. 7, 2019 – Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI) today announced it has acquired VaaS International Holdings, Inc., (VaaS) a data and...read more
DRN Vehicle Recovery Hotlist Hits All-Time High of 410,000 License Plate Recognition Assignments and is on Pace to Exceed $2.5 Billion in Asset Value for Vehicles Recovered in 2018
Company anticipates continued hotlist growth and increased revenue share for affiliates in 2019 FORT WORTH, TX – DECEMBER 21, 2018 – Digital Recognition Network (DRN), an AI and data analytics company that provides vehicle location data and analytics to auto lenders,...read more
Rather than go to trial on the issue of damages, Location Services and DRN agree to a settlement that includes restrictions on Location Services’ use of license plate recognition (LPR) data and technology after the Court finds that Location Services “willfully and...read more