Licence Plate Recognition (LPR), also known as Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR), allows a camera to detect a licence plate, then recognise the charactors via Optical Character Recognition (OCR) typically trained with deep learning neutral networks. The charactors are then compared to a database listing in real-time for access control or traffic monitoring needs.
Typically examples for these cameras are:
We typically supply and install Licence Plate Recognition (LPR) custom solutions. We have much experience with boom gate control, inductive detector loops, security cameras, computers, computer networking, custom electronic design/development, programming, and more - we can develop a custom solution to integrate with your existing systems (e.g. Mandalay weighbridge database), or provide a standalone solution.
The ANPR/LPR cameras we use have the following chief features:
It should be noted that these cameras with built-in ANPR/LPR are not cheap - the cameras themselves start at about $3500. Then there is additional time & materials on top to install your solution.
if your interested please do not hesitate to contact us.
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