Australian ALPR specialist IP-Surveillance.com.au is launching the world’s first cloud-based ALPR solution at Security 2012 Exhibition (25-27 July, 2012, at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre). The company says that ‘ANPRonline.Net’ removes the cost barrier normally associated with the installation and operation of license plate recognition systems, making the technology accessible both to small and medium sized businesses for local projects and to large businesses for national or multi-national projects.
Developed in Australia, ANPRonline.Net has a globally distributed architecture with high fault tolerance and natural scaling for limitless growth. Meanwhile, its secure web-based configuration, control and reporting features allow businesses to easily control of single or multiple sites regardless of their location.
“Previously, ALPR technology has been limited to large business with the available capital to commit to highly customized solutions and expensive ongoing operational budgets,” said Robert Morgan, managing director at the company. “We are really excited about the increased potential of this technology to be used more widely.
“The system can be used in a wide variety of industries that need to monitor or control traffic flows, including car parks.”
The solution has been ‘internationalized’ for major languages and license plate patterns and is fully integrated with high definition Mobotix IP cameras. When correctly installed it is even possible to scan vehicles traveling at speed across multiple lanes of traffic.
In addition to the cloud-based solution, IP-Surveillance.com.au Pty Ltd’s new ANPR system is also available as an in-house or private network system, called ANPRonsite.Net.
20 June 2012
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