Bosch Security Systems and ARVOO, a Netherlands-based imaging products specialist, have pooled their expertise to develop a new integrated ALPR solution for the EMEA (Europe/Middle East and Africa) region.
The cooperation comprises a dedicated ARVOO ALPR integration for recorders and Video Management Software from Bosch. The new alliance offers customers including those in traffic surveillance and tolling an all-in-one and easy-to-use integrated solution to monitor and track vehicles.
Available for any ALPR application, the Dinion Capture Series cameras from Bosch are specially designed to capture high-resolution images of a license plate even when the vehicle is traveling at speeds of up to 225km/h. Neither low light nor bright sunlight nor even headlights pose a challenge to the quality of the pictures as the cameras are equipped with Advanced Ambient Compensation technology. They are also set up via plug-and-play, in doing so reducing both the costs and time spent on their installation. The cameras can then easily be linked to a standalone management system via IP or analog connection.
The Dinion Capture’s high-definition images are subsequently analyzed using ARVOO’s advanced analytical technology and processed with dual Digital Signal Processor (DSP) hardware, which generates accurate license plate information as fast as possible.
“The integration of ARVOO high-performance ALPR technologies into Bosch solutions delivers easy-to-install and affordable license plate recognition for smaller systems, increasing safety and security of parking, access, traffic monitoring and surveillance applications,” explains ARVOO’s Mattias Rouw. “ALPR is performed whether the cars are queuing or traveling at high speed.”
12 October 2012
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