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PIPS launches ALPR data standards consortium

Right: PIPS Technology is keen to reach consensus on a data exchange protocol to enable interoperability and data sharing among automatic license plate recognition systems

PIPS Technology, which has more than 12,000 automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) cameras installed worldwide, has launched an industry initiative to develop a data exchange protocol that will enable interoperability and data sharing among the various ALPR systems on the market.

The company, which is part of Federal Signal, wants to establish an industry consortium to define the standard, which it claims could result in improved data mining and analysis capabilities across various vendor systems within the law enforcement community.

“Enabling our customers to share data between various internal and external ALPR systems will drive better competition, speed continued innovation, and ultimately result in a better solution for the law enforcement community as a whole,” says Alan Sefton, president of PIPS Technology.

The consortium will collectively establish a name and logo identity to inform customers that they are a member company. Interested parties should contact PIPS’ vice president of marketing, Brian Shockley for additional details.

January 16, 2008

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