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Standalone, network-compatible ALPR systems for parking applications

The standalone ALPR camera enables blacklist/whitelist access control. Master and slave cameras can control various entrances.

The standalone ALPR camera enables blacklist/whitelist access control. Master and slave cameras can control various entrances.

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07-26- 2017

At the National Parking Association’s big annual meet, Vision Components will present embedded imaging solutions for automatic license plate recognition (ALPR). The modular Carrida software and hardware components enable blacklist/whitelist access control, parking management, identification of vehicle types and colors, and data logging. They can be networked with gates, barriers, ticket printers, under-vehicle scanners (UVSS), and other relevant equipment.

Vision Components’ core ALPR product for OEMs is the high-performance, hardware-independent Carrida software engine with a typical processing time of 30 ms and a reading accuracy >96%. It can process all common still image and video formats, detects all plates displayed in one image, and recognizes characters with a minimum height of 12 px. A dedicated parking management software tool files all collected data and makes it available at any time for review and statistical analysis via web GUI. OEMs can implement the ready-made ALPR software tools on systems already equipped with vision sensors. Or they can integrate the Carrida Cam for decentralized intelligence in their applications – a small, fully functional standalone ALPR system. Multiple Carrida cameras with a master-slave configuration enable control of several entrances and exits.

Vision Components at the NPA Convention & Exposition Palm Springs, CA, 2 – 5 October 2017 Booth 509

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