The growing need to control access to certain facilities or restricted areas, due to increased insecurity and new methods used to attack, make license plate recognition systems, along with HD CCTV, the best option for advanced access control management.
Unlike other video analysis systems, license plate recognition technology has matured since its inception in the 1990s 70. It was initially invented and developed in the UK, and was first used to detect a stolen vehicle and thus carry out its arrest at a later date. From these early uses arises the combination of this technology with the business logic for its application in different industrial sectors, the result of which is safer access management, fast and effective.
Currently there are different systems both for easy use of storage of images captured by the camera, and whitelisting or blacklisting to manage access, such as those who in addition to such management have the ability to store images with the text of the license plate.
In this sense, the success of the final security solution is based on the correct design of the installation, as well as in choosing the right equipment. By Demes Group advises on choosing the right materials for each facility, because it's not the same to capture license plates with vehicles standing, solved with the deployment of simple CCTV cameras, you use these systems in traffic apps with moving vehicles, for which strobe bulbs and industrial cameras are required, in addition to defining the right locations for the highest reliability and effectiveness.
Enrollment recognition systems Vaelsys, manufacturer of video analysis systems marketed by By Demes Group, provide a reliability rate in license plate detection, under optimal installation conditions, close to the 100% in Free Flow and Stop mode&Go, both passenger cars and mopeds, trucks and trailers, in addition to integrating Arabic alphabet registrations into their systems.
Another noteworthy parameter of this manufacturer's LPR systems is its ability to integrate with IP cameras from the main manufacturers of the market (like Hyundai, Uniview and Dahua, by Demes Group's represented brands), as well as in terms of streaming video from different DVR and NVR systems, facilitating installation with HDCVI or HDTVI analog systems.
With a simple installation that prevents the integrator from performing complex civil works, the LPR license plate reading system is especially suitable for controlling unauthorized vehicle access to restricted areas in cities, in addition to having the ability to identify the direction of travel of them to control their circulation on streets or highways.
As noted from By Demes Group, one of the values they offer in managing Vaelsys LPR systems is that users can generate different access permissions, modify at any time and in real time the different lists and permissions, in addition to generating an almost unlimited license plate database.
For example, the user can give access to the vehicles to their reserved seats, or deny access to parking to a whitelisted vehicle for over-occupancy of the car park; automatically manage the entry of trucks to the loading docks by opening the barriers, being able to differentiate between the license plate of the tractor head and that of the trailer to provide greater safety, and even your maximum time spent at the dock for effective use of the logistics platform.
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