C3 Shared Services and Hi-Tech Solutions partner

February 2011 News

C3 Shared Services, intelligent video and perimeter security specialists, announced today that it has secured a business partnership with Hi-Tech Solutions, a developer and supplier of intelligent optical character recognition (OCR) systems.

“HTS offers a wide array of optical character recognition systems, but we are particularly excited about the C6 High Resolution All-in-One LPR System”, says Brendon Cowley, business development director for C3 Shared Services. “The C6 all-in-one recognition system is a sophisticated image processing system that captures car plate images and identifies their licence plate numbers. This all-in-one computer-camera-illumination unit performs all of the functions of an LPR system including access control, surveillance and monitoring system. The C6 is also fully compatible with our DVTel Video Management systems and contains all the hardware and software required for a full LPR system package.”

The C6 identifies the licence plate number, compares it with a vehicle database, and can be used in traffic surveillance and monitoring applications where passing vehicles can be tracked, while automatically generating a vehicle list which can be utilised for a wide range of security and logistic functions.

Nick Grange, technical director for C3 says, “The C6 offers a variety of options for access control situations, including the ability to search for specific registration numbers and to filter your time of day searches according to the registration number you may be looking for.”


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