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CitySync showcases five new ANPR products at IFSEC 2009

Five new Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) products were unveiled at IFSEC 2009 by CitySync.

The JetCam Bollard ALPR camera has been redesigned with a stainless steel finish and is now less vulnerable to attention in applications where a low-mounted ALPR camera is called for. The bollard is suitable for car parks and access control systems in varying light and weather conditions. It provides a mounting for the camera at approximately the same height as front car plates, in doin so reducing the issues with line-of-sight problems, such as tailgating or queuing traffic.

The JetMobile in-car system has an officer-friendly interface, which contains large, clearly identified buttons, allowing a user to easily interact with the system during vehicle operation. The touchscreen interface removes the need for a keyboard and allows instant navigation between screen tabs.

The JetBOF is a fully functional back-office system providing storage, matching and reporting of ALPR data using a Microsoft SQL server database. It is a fully scalable system, designed to manage large and complex fixed site, in-car and mobile systems for high-end users such as police, customs, and Local Authorities.

The Jet-JTMS is a modular journey time-monitoring system based upon CitySync’s ALPR software. Infrared cameras positioned at critical nodes around a city or along motorways read vehicle license plates in real-time as traffic passes. The data is continuously transmitted back to a central server, which processes it and produces accurate journey-time information for any set of nodes.

The JetVMD is a vehicle motion detection (VMD) module which works by looking for distinctive horizontal and vertical lines on vehicles, as opposed to the changes between consecutive frames used in traditional systems. This method is not prone to false readings due to changing scene brightness or weather conditions.

Left: The JetCam Bollard ALPR system, which CitySync suggests is ideal for car parks and access control systems

May 27, 2009

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