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Image Sensing Systems Releases New Mobile LPR Camera, Partners with MAV Systems

April 09, 2014  | 

Image Sensing Systems, Inc. has released its new compact license plate recognition (LPR) camera, Autoscope Pn-120.

Released in partnership with MAV Systems Ltd, the Autoscope Pn-120 uses high-grade zoom camera technology as part of an even more comprehensive range of LPR solutions for Image Sensing Systems' customers.

The Autoscope Pn-120 is a compact, high-performance LPR camera that is designed for mobile and special purpose applications. Compact and easy to install, the Pn-120 incorporates zoom technology, infrared pulsed LEDs within a rugged hermetically sealed enclosure, to provide recognition accuracy and reliability.

"Partnering with MAV Systems expands the breadth of Image Sensing Systems' capabilities. The marriage of their high-quality cameras with our world-renowned plate recognition engine provides a superior level of quality and performance for partners and end users," says Keith Hofkens, Global Product Manager for Image Sensing Systems. "In an industry driven by innovation, this is yet another technology partnership that positions our industry well for the Safe Cities of the present and future."

When coupled with Image Sensing Systems' license plate recognition software, the Autoscope Pn-120 is designed to provide a complete solution for the law enforcement, security, and parking sectors.

"As an independent LPR camera manufacturer, we are delighted that Image Sensing Systems have chosen our camera to partner their software," says Steve Walker, managing director of MAV Systems Limited. "We design and manufacture our cameras to the highest industry standards and this is an exciting validation that our cameras match the demands of the global market and provide our partners with a more competitive solution."

Autoscope Pn-120 is currently available for purchase in North America.

About Image Sensing

Image Sensing Systems, Inc. is a global company headquarterd in St. Paul, Minn., dedicated to helping improve safety and efficiency for cities and highways by developing and delivering above-ground detection technology, applications, and solutions.

About MAV Systems

MAV Systems Ltd sells LPR cameras worldwide through a network of software and system integration partners.

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