Automatic Face and Licence Plate Recognition

Driver/Passengers Face Detection


The Driver Face Camera (DFC) provides clear infrared images through windshields, crucial for security in various fields. Especially in high-security environments like police checkpoints and military bases. It's also vital in public venues for accurate headcounts and ticketing compliance.

Integrating DFC with license plate recognition creates a cohesive security event, verifying both vehicle and occupant identities. In high-security markets, this streamlines checks and enhances surveillance. In commercial settings, it prevents overcrowding and ensures accurate attendance tracking.

ALPR for the Security Industry


The adoption of Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) is gaining traction as a practical security solution in various settings including cities, hospitals, private businesses (such as campuses), and colleges.

A notable trend within ALPR is the shift from primarily mobile setups to predominantly fixed-location systems. These fixed-location systems offer comprehensive and effective coverage, surpassing the limitations of mobile setups, while also delivering significant cost savings. Additionally, they boast scalability, allowing for seamless integration with new cameras once installed. The most efficient ALPR systems embrace open architecture, facilitating seamless integration with a wide array of video management systems (VMS).

Access Control

ALPR, or Automatic License Plate Recognition, seamlessly integrates with access control systems to facilitate efficient vehicle access management for monitored facilities. By leveraging vehicle license plates, ALPR enables access control systems to swiftly grant or deny entry, ensuring only authorized vehicles gain access to your premises. Recognized vehicles from a pre-approved "white list" can enjoy automatic entry through gates or barriers, enhancing convenience and security.

This integration not only bolsters site security but also streamlines visitor management for your security personnel. Upon arrival, visitors receive personalized welcome messages, enhancing their overall experience.

ALPR, when integrated with an Access Control System, offers a cost-effective and reliable solution for vehicle access management. Unlike traditional methods requiring additional equipment like RFID chips or barcodes, ALPR utilizes license plates as user credentials, minimizing expenses and improving system reliability. This approach eliminates the need for driver interaction, reducing wait times and traffic bottlenecks commonly associated with manual credential checks.

In summary, ALPR systems create an efficient, accurate, and dependable platform for access control operations. They automate access decisions, recognize vehicle patterns, detect suspicious behavior, and facilitate faster forensics, empowering facility managers to manage operations seamlessly.

ALPR for Parking

Ticketless parking systems utilize ALPR as the primary method for associating vehicle entry and exit movements with parking fees.

Upon entering the parking lot, ALPR units capture the vehicle's license plate and store it in the parking management system database until departure. When ready to leave, the driver proceeds to a pay station, enters the license plate information, and completes the payment. At the exit, the boom gate automatically opens once the system verifies the vehicle's license plate and confirms payment.

This approach eliminates the need for printed tickets, improving traffic flow at entry and exit points while enhancing the overall user experience.

ALPR in Tolling

Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) revolutionizes toll payment with its electronic payment capabilities. Supported by ALPR (Automatic License Plate Recognition) Camera Systems, ETC systems efficiently identify registered vehicles, notify authorities of toll violations, and deduct fees from participating accounts—all while vehicles maintain highway speeds.

ETC not only funds road infrastructure but also enhances traffic flow by minimizing toll booth delays. Electronic systems can process up to 500 vehicles per lane per hour, compared to 200 with conventional toll systems. Transactions are seamless for users, as they occur automatically, with an impressively low error rate of less than 0.01%.

Beyond toll collection, ALPR systems find versatile applications in automated traffic surveillance, gas station automation, travel time monitoring, and more. By optimizing traffic flow and eliminating cash handling risks, ALPR contributes to safer roads and a more sustainable environment.

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