The New York Division of Criminal Justice Services has given the Saugerties Police Department a $50,000 grant to install two fixed license plate readers with cameras in the village.
SSI Staff · April 29, 2014
Security Sales & Integration Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine shares highlights from his tour of Genetec’s Montreal headquarters.
By Scott Goldfine · February 07, 2014
The growing adoption of automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) technology is having an adverse impact on the vehicle entrance control industry, specifically the vehicle barrier and off-street parking systems markets, according to IHS.
January 27, 2014
License plate recognition technology smolders with potential as a viable addition to a systems integrator’s portfolio. Find out why common misconceptions no longer bear weight and how end users are thriving with unique applications.
October 31, 2012
Advanced Technology Video (ATV) of Coppell, Texas, releases the CLP5050I license plate capture camera.
SSI Staff · April 19, 2012
OnSSI will offer its Ocularis IP video management solution (VMS) with license plate recognition (LPR) ...
January 25, 2011
Image analytics hold the possibility of a brave new world where video surveillance images can actually be used as a prevention tool, a momentous alternative to the limitations of post-event forensic evidence.
December 22, 2010
In its latest study about license plate recognition (LPR), IMS Research reports that growth opportunities for the technology continues to increase in the United States ...
December 14, 2010
Arecont Vision of Glendale, Calif., introduces compact cameras with MegaFlash technology in 1.3, 2, 3 or 5 megapixel formats. The cameras can capture megapixel-quality snapshots using a high-speed shutter synchronized with an external strobe light for license plate recognition (LPR) and intelligent transportation system (ITS) applications, according to the company. The cameras can capture images of vehicles travelling up to 100 miles per hour.
SSI Staff · November 16, 2009
A regional transit agency near Seattle is now using Avigilon's high-definition (HD) surveillance system to capture higher quality footage for faster identification and improved overall security, according to the company.
July 08, 2009