Rapid deployment ANPR system

A new rapid deployment automatic numberplate recognition (ANPR) system
has been launched, designed for use in a wide range of covert and overt
applications, in both mobile and static modes.

Jul 29, 2010
By Paul Jacques
Domestic Abuse Commissioner Nicole Jacobs

A new rapid deployment automatic numberplate recognition (ANPR) system has been launched, designed for use in a wide range of covert and overt applications, in both mobile and static modes.

It can simultaneously process up to two lanes of high-speed, high-density traffic and multiple units can be networked to provide a ‘ring of steel’ capability.

The portable ST200 from NDI Recognition Systems has a a 10.4in Tft LCD touchscreen monitor that can be detached and operated up to three metres away from the main case, and features wireless HSUPA (3G) and WiFi connectivity, which can be deployed and operational within minutes.

It has a powerful 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor with a Windows operating system running high-speed frame grabbers and the Talon ANPR software, a proprietary neural network recognition engine that is Web

Services accredited and exceeds National ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) ANPR Standards (NAAS) for data capture and accuracy.

The system can handle four video inputs from two ‘dual’ ANPR cameras providing full-colour contextual overview imagery and high-quality numberplate capture using infra-red at speeds of up to four plates per second. Over two million time-stamped images and pre and post-capture videos can be stored on the system, along with local hotlists which can be managed by direct connection to other web-based services.

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