LPR app for Samsung cameras

November 2015 Products, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

A new version of Arteco’s pre-installed licence plate reading app is now available on Samsung Techwin Wisenet III cameras. The Wisenet III camera effectively becomes an LPR camera with access control capabilities, managed by a Samsung NVR. It can be further controlled by the Arteco NEXT or integrated with a third-party VMS (Genetec, Seetec, Mirasys, Milestone, and others).

The plate-reading app has extensive functionality based on a licence plate whitelist or blacklist. This list can be associated with different specific actions based on a match with a list, for example:

• Whitelisted plate: automatically open a gate connected to the relay of the camera.

• Blacklisted plate: send an e-mail report with associated plate listed. This, all configurable via the Arteco app, using only the hardware and software of the camera itself, without the need to have a VMS or management software installed on a PC/server. The integration with Samsung NVRs will allow users to view the client NVR WebViewer video streams from cameras to read licence plates, receive and view events in real-time, search previously logged plates and view recordings.

These new features are added to the existing and well-known features of the application, increasing the usability and interoperability between different systems.

For more information contact Arteco, +39 348 365 5736, msiepi@arteco.it, www.arteco-global.com



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