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Proposal for AVIS
AVIS LPR Solution System
Compiled by Barry Dudley
October 09, 2005
Supplied by ......
In conjunction with I-Cube
The ability to simply and quickly determine via
a web site or DVR where a vehicle currently is or was last seen has
major benefits compared to traditional manual methods. License Plate Recognition enables the linking of the
following to the license plate:
Condition of the vehicle (images captured from
existing CCTV cameras on the digital recorder and made available by
searching on vehicle license plate;
Driver (images captured from a CCTV camera
appropriately placed to capture the driver, where the driver can be
identified with facial software);
Time the vehicle spent on the road, in the
dispatch / airport or being repaired;
Just in Time delivery of the vehicles, where a
vehicle leaving despatch is immediately registered as being available
and can immediately be allocated to a waiting customer
The above benefits cannot be achieved
without a high level of LPR accuracy hence the ability to achieve at
least a 99.5% accuracy is crucial.
A number of possible solutions exist to
optimise both the utilisation of LPR by AVIS, and exceed the 99.5%
Maintenance of the existing infrastructure
Upgrading of the existing infrastructure (AVIS)
Either of the above, but outsourced to INTERVID
requirement, as stated, is for a range of options to enhance the
operation of the currently installed LPR system at AVIS.
A number of possible solutions exist to optimise both the
utilisation of LPR by AVIS, and exceed the 99.5% accuracy required.
of the existing infrastructure (AVIS)
& Cleaning of the Cameras;
equipment as specified
software as specified
placing the cameras (height, position, orientation, etc.)
placing the loop triggers
discipline (speed over the loop, orientation of the vehicle)
the already connected LPR system to the DVR;
of the existing infrastructure (AVIS)
of the above, but outsourced to INTERVID
Distributed Data via PPV (Pay Per Vehicle), where with an accuracy of
99.5% there is a charge to AVIS of 3c per vehicle for the upgraded and
maintained LPR system. If
the accuracy falls below 99.5% AVIS is paid a preset penalty of R1
500.00 per hour the system is below 99.5%.
INTERVID proposes a number of possible solutions
to the current poor performance of the LPR system installed at AVIS,
at an extremely reasonable cost per transaction of 3c.
INTERVID proposes to supply, install and
maintain the latest digital video technology, including advanced
license plate recognition linked to biometric facial identification
and recognition. The latest face recognition technology will be
provided as a tool to verify entry and possibly identify an unknown
person if they appear in the database.
We believe that the innovation solution will grab the attention
of all role players within AVIS, leading to increased information
flow, allowing multiple benefits to be achieved.
INTERVID delivers ROI-driven solutions that
leverage video and control technologies to increase profit by
eliminating inefficiencies and unproductive resources.
We also provide customers an efficient way to secure their
business environment, reduce costs and ultimately drive profit.
Information Technology has become so integral to success that it is
now not only a support function, but could plays a proactive and vital
role in realising the business role. We offer technology solutions and
services that allow customers to efficiently integrate, manage and
maintain their people, processes and assets. Our adaptive
infrastructure becomes increasingly critical to business success,
balancing agility, robustness and affordability. By understanding the
problem, we can address the solution. By reviewing what is occurring
around the world, and customising this to your specific needs, a
complete solution is provided.
The cost of technical solutions to maintain the
gap ahead of the competitors, and to continue fighting crime is
expected to keep rising steadily over the next few years. To compete
for investment dollars, we allow you to employ techniques like
infrastructure pattern matching (reusable design), infrastructure
impact assessment (analysing reuse), predictive cost modelling (total
cost of ownership and budgeting), and application subscriptions
Moreover, users cannot afford to wait until full deployment for
a quantifiable return on investment. Each phase in the installation is
justified by its own standalone ROI. Moreover, look closely at the effect the shift to the
proposed infrastructure will have on near- and long-term
infrastructure efficiency, image and customer satisfaction.
The bold vision for AVIS indicated above is backed up with facts, figures and a will to act!
The following information reaffirms the initial
vision AVIS had for use of CCTV and LPR. This information is not
supplied above, under the assumption the initial role players are
However, where new personal and new concepts
have entered into the equation, it is suggested that the following is
read and understood.
License Plate Recognition for a wide range of applications including Parking, Access Control, Logging all vehicles & alarm when Wanted Vehicles detected.
The Johannesburg metro police department (JMPD) wants to raise the payment levels of traffic fines from an average of 33 percent to 60 percent within the next few years, The Star reported on Wednesday.
Measures include establishing a special squad to trace the top 100 offenders.
"We will be visiting them undercover in their offices to nab them if necessary," said JMPD director Gerrie Gernecke.
Another step is that motorists are now receiving fines with photographs of the vehicles involved attached to the offence notice.
New online systemAs a third step, the JMPD has introduced a new online system of paying fines called Payfine, whereby motorists can log in and view all the fines they have and make direct payments.
Another innovative step is automatic number-plate-recognition machines at roadblocks.
From now on, motorists who have outstanding fines, those driving "cloned" vehicles or those with stagnant fines, or fines with false addresses, will be identified, Gernecke said.
Three machines are currently operational at roadblocks, with another three coming within the next few months.
No pay equals arrest
Gernecke said motorists would be able to settle all their fines at the roadblocks through debit or credit cards, or in cash. If they have no money on them, they will be arrested.
He said all the paperwork was being done on site at the roadblock, including the issuing of the warrants of arrest. A clerk of the court was due to be present at the roadblocks.
Gernecke said the SMS system introduced last year, whereby motorists paid R5 a month to be advised of traffic fines, had been discontinued from 13 June.
The website for fine payments is http://www.payfine.co.za/