Parking And Traffic Technologies, international supplier of ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) systems, has announced the release of Smartreg Guardian, a standalone mobile vehicle plate recognition system for police enforcement.
Smartreg Guardian is a compact, point and capture, digital camera system designed to automatically read vehicle licence plates for intelligence monitoring, surveillance and enforcement. The system permits police enforcement agencies to rapidly deploy vehicle recognition cameras anywhere, anytime without any special setup or configuration requirements!
Traditional licence plate recognition systems (ANPR) in use today, typically operate from within the police vehicle or from a fixed installation. Smartreg Guardian’s simple plug-and-play design, offers a new level in portability and flexibility not seen before in the industry. Both compact and lightweight, the system is small enough to fit inside a briefcase. Smartreg Guardian is powered from a compact battery source allowing the system to operate in both urban and rural locations, independent of an existing mains power supply or fixed telecoms.
Integrated IR illumination ensures that the system operates both day and night. Vehicle data, recorded by the system, is transmitted wirelessly, either locally, to a mobile display terminal, laptop or handheld device, or remotely, via GPRS, to a regional office for processing. Integrated GPS ensures that all recorded images are geographically tagged to identify the location of the vehicle for evidential purposes.
With multiple systems working together, Smartreg Guardian can also be used to provide average speed measurements and realtime vehicle statistics.
Smartreg Guardian is compliant to the UK police NAAS standards.
For more information contact Niall Dorr, +44 208 114 9474, email@example.com, www.parkingandtraffic.co.uk
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