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.
OpenALPR Technology, a leading provider of automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) software, updates its Cloud Stream service by introducing new features which augment license plate recognition and make third party integrations easier. OpenALPR has also added Webhooks to Cloud Stream which will make integrating with third party applications and web services easier. Users can send pre-defined alerts and plate group results to a URL from the Cloud Stream user interface. The Webhooks feature is available for Basic and Professional Cloud Stream users.
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.
As the physical security / video surveillance market continues to mature, you are seeing more and more attention paid to integrated solutions. Instead of solely looking at video management software (VMS), or video analytic software, or access control systems, you are now being drawn to VMS systems that work seamlessly with a wide range of additional capabilities such as video analytics, Point-of-Sale (POS) systems, and access control – just to name a few. Over the years, end-users have come to understand —even expect— advanced technologies like video analytics being part-and-parcel of the provided solution set. Security.World caught up recently with Paul Eaton, President of Convergence To Pixel, to talk more about integrating other organizational systems into video surveillance VMS systems.
PlateSmart® Technologies will be unveiling its groundbreaking next-generation Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) and video analytics solutions at the ASIS 62nd Annual Seminar and Exhibits event. The global conference, which is being held this year in Orlando, Florida from September 12th-15th, showcases every year the best the security technology industry has to offer.
PlateSmart Technologies, creator of the world’s leading intelligent video analytics solutions based on Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR), is pleased to announce that its groundbreaking ALPR technology is now available as a fully-integrated feature in Milestone Systems’ XProtect Video Management Software (VMS).
Many cities globally continue to become more congested, driving increased investment into off-street parking facilities. In recent years, automated number plate recognition (ANPR) [aka LPR] cameras and software have started to be used as part of the overall solution which also includes barriers, payment machines, and loop detectors. The main use of ANPR equipment is to alleviate issues related to ticket payments, where a license plate can be looked up in the system to verify entry times, or for security purposes.
[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.