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Search Result: License Plate Recognition

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Miss. Agency Adopts Genetec LPR System

March 13, 2013
The Jackson (Miss.) Police Department has begun using Genetec's AutoVu license plate recognition system to help officers identify criminals and scofflaws, according to the company.

High-Definition Imaging

February 8, 2013

One of the nation's most ambitious ALPR programs is in operation in Orange County, Calif. The countywide ALPR effort involves 50 vehicle-mounted ALPR units from Vigilant Solutions spread across 24 agencies.

Ga. Agency Adopts Gtechna's eCitations and LPR Solution

December 4, 2012
The Milledgeville (Ga.) Police Department has implemented a pay-per-ticket electronic citations system with license plate recognition technology provided by Gtechna, the company announced.

PlateSmart's LPR Software

October 23, 2012

PlateSmart is a software-only solution that costs substantially less than other LPR systems because it does not require dedicated hardware and special cameras.

AutoVu SharpX LPR Camera

September 21, 2012
Designed specifically for mobile law enforcement applications, the AutoVu SharpX is capable of reading up to differential speeds over 200 MPH across three lanes of traffic. IACP Booth #2752.

ACLU Demands License Plate Reader Data

July 31, 2012
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland (ACLU) requested information about how law enforcement agencies use data compiled by automatic license plate readers. An ACLU staff attorney wants agencies to use the data "in a limited and responsible manner."

ELSAG's GSA Contract Helps LE Agencies Acquire ALPR Technology

April 10, 2012
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) awarded ELSAG North America a contract that allows law enforcement agencies to more easily acquire Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) technology.

INEX/ZAMIR Integrates ALPR With Tyco Access Control System

March 2, 2012
INEX/ZAMIR and Tyco's Software House have reached an agreement to allow integration of the Insignia Automatic License Plate Recognition system with the C-CURE 9000 access control system.

Nowhere to Hide From License Plate Recognition

February 13, 2012

It's now common for even a small agency to have at least one car equipped with ALPR to automatically alert when it gets a match. But both mobile and fixed camera systems are gaining traction with all types of law enforcement agencies.

Mini Camera for ALPR

October 27, 2011
The new Mini Camera from ELSAG adds more flexibility to the company's flagship MPH-900 ALPR technology. Without compromising its plate reading accuracy, the Mini is 40 percent smaller, 30 percent lighter, and fits in patrol car lightbars.

Games To Enhance Your Performance

June 27, 2011
A recruit may wonder if he or she will ever get some down time. My job is to drive you to develop a fine knowledgeable officer, rather than someone wanting an easy pass. Training is hard work, even if it's a game.

AutoVu SharpX LPR Camera

April 29, 2011
Genetec calls its new AutoVu SharpX the world's smallest high-resolution license plate recognition (LPR) camera. Designed specifically for mobile law enforcement applications, the AutoVu SharpX is capable of reading up to differential speeds over 200 MPH across three lanes of traffic.

ELSAG Announces Enhancements to Tactical Operation Center

April 12, 2011
Tactical Operation Center is used in conjunction with the ALPR system by alerting dispatchers and additional patrol units immediately when an MPH-900T-patrolling police car alarm occurs, instantly allowing them to see what caused the alarm and see the location of the lead patrol car on a local area map.

Report: Federal Investment In Border Technology Falls Short

February 17, 2011
The ASU study stresses that to halt illegal crossings and contraband while expediting commerce through ports of entry, border field agents require immediate access to time-sensitive information and intelligence captured by license plate readers, unattended ground sensors and biometric identification kits.

Plate Hunters

February 15, 2011

The current generation of Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) technology provides officers greater detail and scanning capability to capture numbers, letters, symbols and logos on traditional, printed and affinity plates. View these photos of real-world examples of license plates captured by this technology. And read our full article, "New Developments In ALPR."

New Developments In ALPR

February 15, 2011

Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) technology has been the "oh, wow" gadget for the past few years, and with good reason. ALPR can identify, screen, and record the license plates of more vehicles than an entire squad of police officers could handle, and can do it with greater accuracy and no fatigue factor.

Tactical Operation Center Software

January 28, 2011
The Tactical Operation Center (TOC) software is used in conjunction with ELSAG North America's MPH-900 ALPR system by alerting dispatchers and additional patrol units immediately when an MPH-900 patrolling police car alarm occurs.

EyeNet Releases License Plate Recognition Standard

August 8, 2010
The standard will provide companies with clear and simple guidelines set out in levels of 1-5, depending on how complicated the system is. Level 1 relates to simple systems such as car park number plate readers that rely on single language, infrared sensors.

Missouri Agency Equips Patrol Car With 'Plate Hunter'

June 17, 2010
The system's three external cameras feed an on-board computer that scans every plate and runs it through police databases. If there's a match, an alarm sounds, allowing the officer to take appropriate action.

Curbside Justice

March 15, 2010

Encompassing everything from red curbs to alleyways, from metered parking spots to handicapped designated violators, parking enforcement is often seen as a nuisance. But it can also be a means of identifying red flags.

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