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Exacq Technologies Integrates with Mango DSP+ Mate Viper ALPR System

April 01, 2015  | 

Exacq Technologies, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, has announced an integration with Mango DSP + Mate Viper automated license plate recognition (ALPR). The combination of exacqVision video management system (VMS) software and Viper ALPR gives customers a unified solution within one interface.

The Viper ALPR solution is a standalone all-in-one plug-n-play system that automatically detects vehicle license plates for fixed installations up to the speed of 30 mph. The Viper ALPR system analyzes the video input, captures vehicle license plates and sends results to the hosted server.

Within the exacqVision Viper ALPR integration, users can view video associated with detected license plate readings. Users can also create alarms that will be triggered if certain license plate numbers pass through an area, sending a notification through exacqVision. Additionally, the integration allows users to search for a partial license plate number to find the video associated with it. The plate information is then displayed in the exacqVision client software and includes the following data:

  • License plate number
  • Timestamp of when the license plate was captured
  • Camera name

This integration requires exacqVision version 6.4 or later, an exacqVision Professional or Enterprise license and Mango + Mate Viper ALPR software and an ALPR camera device.

For more information on this exacqVision integration and other new updates and offerings, go to

About Exacq

Exacq Technologies is part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, a pure-play fire protection and security company. Exacq Technologies ( designs and manufactures the cross-platform, open-architecture exacqVision video management system (VMS) used in the physical security industry for IP video surveillance. exacqVision is available on factory-installed hybrid and IP camera servers or on commercial off-the-shelf servers. It can also be installed directly on compatible IP cameras, eliminating the need for a separate server. Video from exacqVision servers can be accessed with the free, cross-platform (Windows/Linux/Mac) client, most web browsers and via the free exacq Mobile app available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Exacq’s products are available throughout the world via authorized resellers and distributors.

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