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).
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.
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.
Editorial Opinion By John Chigos, Founder, Chairman & CEO at PlateSmart Technologies, Inc. Digital Recognition Network (DRN) of Texas and their partner company, Vigilant Solutions of California, have filed a new lawsuit in Arkansas District Court. The suit contends that Arkansas’s recently passed Anti-LPR law (Arkansas Automatic License Plate Reader System Act 1491) banning the […]
PlateSmart Technologies announced that ARES, the Company’s software-only video analytics platform based on License Plate Recognition (LPR), is the recipient of a 2014 Govies Award in the category of Video Analytics. The award, highly coveted in the global security industry, was presented to PlateSmart by Security Products Magazine, a publication of 1105 Media. ARES, which […]
PlateSmart, the industry leader in License Plate Recognition (LPR), will announce its new cloud-based LPR technology that is hardware and camera vendor neutral. This announcement marks an industry first —the introduction of LPR in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model providing greater access and scalability than is currently available. The new cloud-based solution expands the horizons for […]
A local police agency caught almost 200 traffic and criminal offenders over a weekend using industry-leading License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology by Florida-based PlateSmart. The agency, whose identity remains undisclosed for security reasons, had a PlateSmart-equipped vehicle active at the 2014 Tampa Bay AirFest, a popular annual air show held at Tampa’s MacDill Air Force […]
Software-only License Plate Recognition solutions honored by prestigious growth consulting firm (PRWEB) November 12, 2013 PlateSmart Technologies has been awarded the 2013 Technology Innovation Leadership Award for License Plate Recognition by Frost and Sullivan, the Texas-based growth consulting firm widely recognized as one of the leading arbiters of excellence and innovation in the industrial world. The award places PlateSmart in the ranks of technology leaders such as AT&T and IBM, both past recipients of Frost and Sullivan awards for excellence. The award comes as the result of a research study, to be published by Frost and Sullivan later this month, which surveyed a number of License Plate Recognition (LPR) manufacturers and found PlateSmart’s product line to be the field’s clear standout in terms of uniqueness, functionality, and value to customers. A decisive factor in the study was PlateSmart’s software-only approach to LPR, which the researchers praised for “liberating the market from hardware-based solutions.” The report also took particular note of the Company’s ARES Enterprise LPR-based video analytics software, saying that the product allows for a “deeper and broader level of data analytics” that anticipates industry trends. PlateSmart Founder and CEO John Chigos said, “We are deeply honored to accept this award from Frost and Sullivan. It is a welcome affirmation of the years of intensive research and development that we have invested in PlateSmart. This is a proud day for our entire team.” Frost and Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Archana Srinivasan said, “As a software only technology company, PlateSmart […]
New system turns every surveillance camera on campus into an LPR camera to verify license plate numbers and the state of origin PlateSmart Technologies announced that it has partnered with Convergint Technologies to protect college campuses with a new security system, which will track all vehicle activity 24 hours a day. At the heart of […]