Automatic Number Plate Recognition Systems

Dutch ANPR Systems

The titanHz Dutch ANPR Systems (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) works by scanning vehicle registrations Plate and checking them against information stored in databases to identify vehicles of interest such as stolen vehicles, vehicles with no insurance, other motoring offences or those involved in crimes. Dutch ANPR Systems (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) technology coupled with immediate follow up police action will assist Police to enforce the law, prevent crime and contribute to road safety. It is an invaluable tool in assisting with crime reduction measures. The technology will also assist casualty reduction by removing unsafe vehicles and drivers from our roads. The cameras are designed to promote and protect the safety of everyone in the community. Police will use the cameras to discharge their obligations to protect life,to prevent and detect crime and to proactively ensure road safety. The cameras will make a valuable contribution in four key areas, Enforcing the law Promoting road safety Investigating accidents Patrolling roads

ANPR Systems - Dutch Automatic Number Plate Recognition systems

Dutch ANPR Systems (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) is no longer the preserve of the police and high security sites, but is now available to any small or medium size business with a need to monitor and control vehicle movements. For the first time it is now possible to capture images of vehicle number plates and drivers with repeatable consistency and without a separate video recorder. If you need to manage parking, detect unknown vehicles or just wish to welcome staff or visitors with a custom message, just see what benefits an ANPR system can bring to your business.

Functionality of Dutch ANPR

Dutch ANPR Systems (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) uses OCR, or Optical Character Recognition to identify the numbers and letters on a number plate. These are then usually stored in a central database and as long as the cameras themselves are set up for Dutch ANPR Systems (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) they can be used to cover a surprisingly large amount of space. Two cameras can cover both directions of the 27 lane Dartford crossing motorway.

Systems are being installed in more and more police traffic cars as well as specialist police vans and CCTV vans. The cameras fitted in these vehicles usually operate forwards and to the side of the vehicles and they can be portable, fixed, or even covert giving a great range of opportunities to the police force.

Parking Management

Private uses of the Dutch ANPR Systems (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) include parking management. Pay and display car parks can be difficult and costly to police and monitor regularly and routinely. However, by installing ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) cameras at the entrance and exit it is possible to accurately locate every car that enters and exits, therefore determining how long they have spent within the car park.

Dutch ALPR Systems
Dutch Automatic License Plate Recognition systems

Using technology originally developed for character recognition in postal sorting machines, the integrated Dutch ALPR Systems (Automatic License Plate Recognition) engine from Siemens attains maximum read rates at vehicle speeds up to 200 km/h. Special algorithms enable the system to accurately recognise number plates from many different countries without manual review, reducing the need for post-processing effort in enforcement solutions. This high performance level is available throughout the day and night with the intelligent infrared illuminator providing optimum illumination of the wide detection zone.