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The following XML shows a single record produced by vehicle make and model recognition.
<record> ... <trackname>VehicleMakeModel.Result</trackname> <VehicleModelResult> <id>e2fb50f1-a71a-46e0-8af6-c5e7e5ba3afc</id> <grillepatch> <point> <x>168</x> <y>172</y> </point> <point> <x>473</x> <y>172</y> </point> <point> <x>473</x> <y>280</y> </point> <point> <x>168</x> <y>280</y> </point> </grillepatch> <identity> <identifier>FocusRS</identifier> <database>Cars</database> <confidence>77</confidence> <metadata> <item> <key>type</key> <value>hatchback</value> </item> </metadata> </identity> <grillepercentage>100</grillepercentage> <vehiclemake>Ford</vehiclemake> <vehiclemakescore>100</vehiclemakescore> </VehicleModelResult> </record>
The record contains the following information:
idelement provides a unique identifier for the recognized number plate. The number plate recognition engine issues an ID for each detected appearance of a number plate, and the records output from the vehicle make/model recognition engine use the same IDs as the input records.
grillepatchelement describes the region of the input image that was used for recognizing the vehicle make and model.
identity element represents a match between the ingested media and a vehicle model in your training database. This element is present only when you train Media Server to recognize vehicle models, you set the
Database parameter when you configure the task, and when a match is found.
identifierelement provides the identifier of the vehicle model that was detected in the ingested media.
databaseelement provides the name of the database in which the vehicle model exists.
confidenceelement provides the confidence score for the match (from 0 to 100, where 100 is maximum confidence).
metadataelement provides metadata that you associated with the vehicle model when you trained Media Server. If there is no metadata in the training database, this element is omitted.
vehiclemakeelement provides the identified vehicle make.
vehiclemakescoreelement provides a confidence score for vehicle make recognition, from 0 to 100, where 100 indicates maximum confidence.