- System Diagram
- Solutions and Applications
- LPR Cameras
- LPR Software
- Digital Processing Servers
- LPR Web Server Software
Automated License Plate Recognition
Automated License Plate Recognition (LPR or APLR) is more than just a License Plate Capture. These systems convert the image (picture of the license) to computer data that can be checked against a database. The system includes high-performance IP cameras designed for this application and powerful software that provides consistent and reliable results.
Key Features of the License Plate Recognition System
- These systems include standard resolution IP Cameras or High-resolution IP cameras designed specifically for license plate recognition.
- Cameras include an integrated infrared LED illumination system for day and night-time operation
- LPR system performs equally well with fast or slow-moving traffic
- Provides up to 60 progressive scan images per second
- Select Megapixel image sensor optimized for License Plate Recognition in large viewing areas
- Continuous day/night operation, with high contrast images even in direct sunlight.
- Complete system solutions for public transport lane enforcement, parking lot and gate control.
- Integrates with Isonas access control system to provide a complete security access system
- Integrates with OnSSi Video Management Software to create a complete security and surveillance system that uses IP cameras.
Enforcement Systems, Parking, Traffic Monitoring and more. The TruViewLPR system provides a variety of hardware and software configurations that provide the appropriate solution for different applications of ALPR (Automatic License Plate Reader) technology. The LCR system is used to enhance security, fight crime, enforce toll collection, compare license plates to a list, provide parking revenue management, provide access control and more. This system can be broken down into four major components: image collection, image analysis, image and data storage and data transmission.
This system diagram provides an overview of a typical system: