Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies Company, will showcase its new portable CrimeEye LPR License Plate Recognition unit at the 32nd annual Police Security Expo to be held June 26-27 at the Atlantic City Convention Center in New Jersey. CrimeEye LPR is a unique solution for law enforcement in that it is a portable, self-contained LPR system. It includes an Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) camera, emergency battery backup, WiFi and pole mount. Thanks to its all-inclusive design, CrimeEye LPR unit can be quickly attached to a street pole in an area of interest and instantly stream captured data to a command center.
Arteco has announced a wide range of intelligent solutions and integrations that propel the advanced capabilities of tomorrow’s security operations center (SOC). Video surveillance data is more in-demand than ever as organizations across the globe find new ways to leverage video information. Gaining rapid access to the most relevant video data when needed is critical to empowering quick response and informed business decisions. At this year’s ISC West, Arteco will showcase its expanded portfolio of intelligent capabilities, designed to ensure the security and business information organizations seek is available at their fingertips.
OnSSI announced a new integration partnership with License Plate Recognition (LPR) software company, Vaxtor Corporation. The integration enables Vaxtor’s advanced LPR analytics to be deployed across OnSSI’s industry-leading Ocularis VMS platform. With these integrated analytics Ocularis can recognize, capture and archive data on license plates, railway vehicles, USDOT numbers, shipping containers and more.
Genetec Inc. announced its plans for ISC West 2018. The company will feature the latest version of Security Center, its flagship unified security platform, and demonstrate Citigraf™, its new decision support system for comprehensive response coordination. Genetec Citigraf is designed to help reduce response time to crimes, and provide insights and analytics on how crime moves across the city, so first responders can take the most effective action with the greatest awareness.
Digital Watchdog (DW) is proud to announce the upcoming release of the new MEGApix 4-Megapixel License Plate Recognition (LPR) camera (DWC-MB44iALPR). The new LPR IP-camera offers a specialty solution for applications looking to capture license plates on moving vehicles at up to 50mph. The camera is integrated with DW Spectrum IPVMS to help users get the most from live and recorded video quickly and easily.
In order to deliver greater capabilities in License Plate Recognition, VIVOTEK has partnered with global LPR software developers to capture license plate images for LPR applications. Various options of VIVOTEK LPC (License Plate Capture) cameras provide users the optimal and most suitable camera for their LPR or traffic monitoring purposes in access control, red light enforcement, surveillance and security, traffic monitoring, tolling systems, and free-flow applications.
Digital Watchdog® (DW™), the industry leader in digital recorders, surveillance cameras, and related management software, is proud to announce the upcoming release of the new 4-Megapixel License Plate Recognition (LPR) MEGApix® camera. It is on display and attendees can use it live at the ISC West 2017 Industry Trade Show in Las Vegas, April 5-7, Booth 26089. The new IP LPR camera offers a specialty solution for applications looking to capture license plates in moving vehicles up to 50mps. The camera is integrated with DW Spectrum® IPVMS to help users get the most from live and recorded video quickly and easily.
OpenALPR, a leading provider of automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) technology, complements its Cloud Stream service by introducing the OpenALPR Agent for Axis cameras which enables a first for the surveillance industry ALPR-as-a-Service. OpenALPR teamed up with Axis Communications, the market leader in network video on this collaboration by utilizing Axis’ Axis Camera Application Platform (ACAP).
With a number of corporate acquisitions occurring to other video management system (VMS) companies, Genetec, one of the industry’s leading vendor, is putting a sharp focus on the upcoming ISC West show in Las Vegas, April 15-17. At ISC West 2015, in booth # 10053, Genetec™, a manufacturer of unified IP security solutions, plans to demonstrate upcoming new features of its flagship, Security Center.
[Editorial] The effects of terrorism are being felt by nearly every country now, east and west. From the continuing plague of ISIS in the Middle East, to domestic attacks such as those in Moore, Oklahoma, to the assault on the Canadian parliament building – the message being sent is very clear: No one is immune. These attacks are not confined to any one kind of victim, not restricted inside any set of borders.
PlateSmart Technologies, the industry leader in License Plate Recognition (LPR) solutions and video data analytics, has entered into a teaming agreement with defense systems integrator enrGies of Huntsville, Alabama. The two companies have successfully tested and are working to perfect the first LPR and video analytics technology for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to assist security agencies and military personnel in combatting crime and terrorism.
ANPR and Detection Sensor Technologies – 2014 Edition
The problems of vehicle traffic and crime have been the cause of much frustration for governments and their citizens the world over. In recent years, Automation Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) [Also known as License Plate Recognition or LPR] and Detection Sensor technologies have emerged as viable and effective tools for mitigating such concerns, and presented exciting opportunities for suppliers of these product to grow their topline businesses.
GovComm provides a number of unprecedented advantages for users, including the ability to accurately capture license plate information at speeds up to 120 mph in all kinds of weather and lighting conditions. Advanced algorithms simultaneously analyze multiple frames of high speed video resulting in pinpoint accuracy that distinguishes characters that are rule based and optically confirmed.
PlateSmart Technologies and Samsung Techwin together have created the worlds first line of surveillance cameras to be truly capable of License Plate Recognition (LPR). First introduced to the public at the 2014 ASIS Conference in Atlanta, the "open-platform" Wisenet III cameras were designed to allow PlateSmarts ARES LPR-based video analytics solution and can accommodate a wide variety of add-on apps. ARES is the first LPR app available for the cameras.
Genetec™, developer of unified IP security solutions announced the next generation of its IP-based automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) cameras, the AutoVu Sharp and AutoVu SharpX. The new cameras enable the concurrent detection of license plates from a greater variety of models, capturing license plates from different states or countries on the same system.
A software firm has developed an Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR; a.k.a LPR; a.k.a. ANPR) application that can run on Samsung Techwin’s Open Platform WiseNetIII cameras and domes. The firm is Arteco, the Italian maker of Video Event Management software (VEMS). The company’s ALPR application has been developed for access control purposes, such as use in airports, sea ports, car parks, distribution centers, industrial parks, and critical infrastructure environments where there is a need for control of the movement of vehicles.
He has been a thorn in the side of several Metro Atlanta police agencies for nearly two years getting away with armed robberies at title pawn stores. But thanks to an alert Conyers Police Officer and new technology his reign of terror may be over. Officer Lucas said the Conyers robbery was one of the suspects thanks to Conyers police Officer Spencer Holland and the License Plate Readers, or LPR’s that were on the back of his patrol car.
The new Vigilant Mobile Companion app expands the benefits of license plate recognition and facial recognition technologies to all areas of the agency, including patrol, investigative, and detention. The app also features Vigilant’s FaceSearch facial recognition which analyzes over 350 different vectors of the human face.
“We have had many successes with the LPR, including the arrest last week of the individuals who broke into 25 cars last week & stole one of them. I look forward to many more,” stated Police Chief Mike Fanning of the Pawleys Island Police Department.