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.
Kenmore is 10 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD and has benefited greatly from the Centenary Highway that gives it direct access to the City via Milton Road or Coronation Drive.
The suburb has a large number of parks and playing fields. It has easy access to outdoors activities in surrounding suburbs, including walking tracks and roads to Mt Coot-tha lookout, botanical gardens and the planetarium; boating ramps into the Brisbane River and horse riding facilities in Fig Tree Pocket and Brookfield.
There are a number of schools in the suburb, including Kenmore State School, Kenmore State High, and private Christian schools. There are a large number of restaurants as well as two large retail centres, Kenmore Village and Kenmore Plaza, located on Moggill Road.
As one of the suburbs developed during the 1950s and 1960s, Kenmore has experienced only moderate growth in median house prices during recent years. Many of the homes built in this era are losing favour with Brisbane buyers. Lately a number of these homes have experienced renovation as owners update and modernise.
Kenmore is likely to experience strong growth throughout the next decade as demand for near-city living expands into the suburbs. The suburb should continue to attract interest from those who enjoy access to a variety of facilities but still enjoy leafy urban environments.