Advanced licence plate recognition solutions

June 2016 News, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Fresh from announcing a partnership with Indian video management software company, Videonetics, VIVOTEK adds another new licence plate recognition (LPR) partner in Spanish-based video management company, Neural Labs. This partnership provides joint customers with an advanced, precise and efficient solution featuring rich video management functions delivered by Neural Labs.

Neural Labs was established in 2005, and has a proven track record in LPR. The entrepreneur-led company has more than 15 years of experience in optical character recognition (OCR) systems. Based on their automatic number plate recognition (ANPR)/automatic container code recognition (ACCR) technology, Neural Labs provides a hardware independent system for detecting and reading licence plates from cars, container IDs, train IDs, as well as hazard plates, and returns this information to the client’s software application. This can be directly integrated with VIVOTEK’s network cameras and to reinforce the security in petrol stations, border control, and traffic law enforcement.

William Ku, vice president, Brand Business Division, VIVOTEK Inc. says “To maximise customer efficiencies and capabilities, VIVOTEK strives to cooperate with innovative technology partners. The partnership combines Neural Labs’ expertise in LPR technology and superior performance of VIVOTEK’s IP surveillance solutions to deliver new-levels of traffic monitoring solutions and drive potential growth in the global market.”

For more information contact VIVOTEK Inc., +88 628 245 5282, pr@vivotek.com, www.vivotek.com





Share this article:
Share via emailShare via LinkedInPrint this page



Further reading:

Vodacom IoT Solutions get people back to business safely
Issue 4 2020 , News
Vodacom has created specific digital solutions to support businesses as they navigate their return to work post-lockdown.

Read more...
Post-lockdown employee management
Issue 4 2020 , News
Kenai has adapted its visitor management solution to cater to the COVID-19 regulations governing employees going back to work.

Read more...
Global Comms donates R1,6 million of technology
Issue 4 2020, Global Communications (Member of Hudaco Group) , News
SPARK Schools security enhanced with large surveillance technology donation from Global Communications.

Read more...
Cyber Security South Africa appoints Simon Perry as CTO
Issue 4 2020 , News
Cyber Security South Africa has appointed Simon Perry as its chief technical officer.

Read more...
Securex postponed to June 2021
Issue 3 2020 , News
Following COVID-19 developments, Specialised Exhibitions is postponing the Securex, A-OSH and FM expos to June 1 -3, 2021.

Read more...
XtraVision under new management and set for new horizons
Issue 4 2020, XtraVision, Technews Publishing , News
XtraVision, a distributor of electronic security and fire solutions in Africa and South America, has changed hands with founder Anthony Rosenbaum stepping down.

Read more...
Mustek expands product portfolio with Molex
Issue 4 2020, Mustek Security Technologies , News
Mustek has announced the expansion of its existing product portfolio with the introduction of the Molex structured cabling brand.

Read more...
Fraud detection via voice
Issue 4 2020 , News
SAFPS to collaborate with OneVault to improve fraud detection in call centres without frustrating customers.

Read more...
Lianne Mc Hendry joins Bosch
Issue 4 2020, Bosch Building Technologies , News
Bosch Security and Safety Systems appoints new business development manager responsible for the Eastern Cape, Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.

Read more...
In memoriam: Vivienne Caroline Dorrington
Issue 4 2020, Technews Publishing , Editor's Choice, News
19 June 1958 – 21 April 2020

Read more...