Improved Integration with Quercus Technologies' Latest BirdWatch Release

BirdWatch REST and BirdWatch WebSockets API allow operators to manage standard and innovative protocols.

The latest BirdWatch release from Quercus Technologies includes a very important change regarding API integration. Quercus Technologies has launched two new different interfaces that are easier to integrate with its system: BirdWatch REST API and BirdWatch WebSockets API.

By offering two types of API, Quercus Technologies can ensure that our clients work on more innovative and standard protocols without giving up customer service and efficiency.

The REST API is used for requests and online professional service and, for instance, allows the car park manager to request occupancy statistics and car movements within a parking facility. It is also capable of providing media, videos, and images.

The WebSockets API aims to update and transmit events and real-time data over the network and provide parking operators with real-time car access and spot occupation.

Quercus Technologies focuses on broadening the integration options and offers, making the compatibility easier and securing a user-friendly language for our customers worldwide.

About Quercus Technologies

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Quercus Technologies manufactures and markets smart vehicle detection units based on advanced computer vision algorithms, which aim at improving mobility and security in parking facilities. 

Quercus products are based on highly technological computer vision algorithms and include All-in-One license plate recognition units, overview cameras, and digital video recorders. We market our LPR units exclusively to system integrators and one of our aims is to help them get the maximum benefit from our products and contribute to the success of their projects. Quercus provides customers with added-value services such as certificate professional training and on-site technical support to help them to get the most out of our leading-edge technology. 


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