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 LPR Demo of RSA Customised Plates. zip (3 MB)

 LPR TRAP (ZIP 3 MB)

 LPR SA DEMO (1 MB)

 SPEED DETERMINATION DEMO (2 MB)

SeeLane Install V6.1

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Diversity of LPR - Article in Security Solutions Vol11 No2 (PDF)
 
Automatic Drunk Drivers ID & apprehension
 
I-Cube Intro Brochure

Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) for Law Enforcement

KZN gets high-tech speed cameras

High Tech Crime Fighting

New speed monitoring system tested

Road Block LPR Solutions

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Particulars of LPR projects carried out successfully
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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I-Cube advantage
  
Tutorial
 
Q for a LPR request
 
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See Car app
 
Products
 
Choice of applications
 
License Plate Recognition
 
SeeCAR Product LINE
 
Access Control
 
SEE Traffic 
 
seeway
 
Average Speed Determination
 
FILM
 
Train / Rail
 
Weigh bridge integration
 
Plane
 
CONTAINER 
 
LPR DLL
 
LPR cameras
 
BROCHURES
 
Overview
 
See LANE
 
SEE TRAFFIC
 
LPR Intro
 
Applications:
 
LPR SOLUTION FOR MOVING VEHICLES
 
Hospital Presentation
 
Hyster Recognition
 
Estates 
 
VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
 
Proactive early warning crime prevention
 
LPR use in marketing
  
Mobile LPR
 
Business Park
 
Car lift & GO
 
Shopping Centres
 
Average Speed Determination
 
Weigh Bridges
 
Casino Access Control
 
Mobile LPR
 
 
Road block Results
 
SAB weigh bridges
 
 
 
Where to Buy
 
 
 
Support
 
Demo user manual
 
USER MANUALS
 
HTSOL DLL 
 
Bloem tender
 
RTMC tender

DEMOS

 LPR Demo of RSA Customised Plates. zip (3 MB)

 LPR TRAP (ZIP 3 MB)

 LPR SA DEMO (1 MB)

 SPEED DETERMINATION DEMO (2 MB)

SeeLane Install V6.1

Mobile LPR Player

 
Contact Us
 
Feed Back
 
 
News 
 
Diversity of LPR - Article in Security Solutions Vol11 No2 (PDF)
 
Automatic Drunk Drivers ID & apprehension
 
I-Cube Intro Brochure

Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) for Law Enforcement

KZN gets high-tech speed cameras

High Tech Crime Fighting

New speed monitoring system tested

Road Block LPR Solutions

Reference Sites
 
Particulars of LPR projects carried out successfully
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home
 
I-Cube advantage
  
Tutorial
 
Q for a LPR request
 
Diversity
 
See Car app
 
Products
 
Choice of applications
 
License Plate Recognition
 
SeeCAR Product LINE
 
Access Control
 
SEE Traffic 
 
seeway
 
Average Speed Determination
 
FILM
 
Train / Rail
 
Weigh bridge integration
 
Plane
 
CONTAINER 
 
LPR DLL
 
LPR cameras
 
BROCHURES
 
Overview
 
See LANE
 
SEE TRAFFIC
 
LPR Intro
 
Applications:
 
LPR SOLUTION FOR MOVING VEHICLES
 
Hospital Presentation
 
Hyster Recognition
 
Estates 
 
VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
 
Proactive early warning crime prevention
 
LPR use in marketing
  
Mobile LPR
 
Business Park
 
Car lift & GO
 
Shopping Centres
 
Average Speed Determination
 
Weigh Bridges
 
Casino Access Control
 
Mobile LPR
 
 
Road block Results
 
SAB weigh bridges
 
 
 
Where to Buy
 
 
 
Support
 
Demo user manual
 
USER MANUALS
 
HTSOL DLL 
 
Bloem tender
 
RTMC tender

DEMOS

 LPR Demo of RSA Customised Plates. zip (3 MB)

 LPR TRAP (ZIP 3 MB)

 LPR SA DEMO (1 MB)

 SPEED DETERMINATION DEMO (2 MB)

SeeLane Install V6.1

Mobile LPR Player

 
Contact Us
 
Feed Back
 
 
News 
 
Diversity of LPR - Article in Security Solutions Vol11 No2 (PDF)
 
Automatic Drunk Drivers ID & apprehension
 
I-Cube Intro Brochure

Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) for Law Enforcement

KZN gets high-tech speed cameras

High Tech Crime Fighting

New speed monitoring system tested

Road Block LPR Solutions

Reference Sites
 
Particulars of LPR projects carried out successfully
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home
 
I-Cube advantage
  
Tutorial
 
Q for a LPR request
 
Diversity
 
See Car app
 
Products
 
Choice of applications
 
License Plate Recognition
 
SeeCAR Product LINE
 
Access Control
 
SEE Traffic 
 
seeway
 
Average Speed Determination
 
FILM
 
Train / Rail
 
Weigh bridge integration
 
Plane
 
CONTAINER 
 
LPR DLL
 
LPR cameras
 
BROCHURES
 
Overview
 
See LANE
 
SEE TRAFFIC
 
LPR Intro
 
Applications:
 
LPR SOLUTION FOR MOVING VEHICLES
 
Hospital Presentation
 
Hyster Recognition
 
Estates 
 
VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
 
Proactive early warning crime prevention
 
LPR use in marketing
  
Mobile LPR
 
Business Park
 
Car lift & GO
 
Shopping Centres
 
Average Speed Determination
 
Weigh Bridges
 
Casino Access Control
 
Mobile LPR
 
 
Road block Results
 
SAB weigh bridges
 
 
 
Where to Buy
 
 
 
Support
 
Demo user manual
 
USER MANUALS
 
HTSOL DLL 
 
Bloem tender
 
RTMC tender

DEMOS

 LPR Demo of RSA Customised Plates. zip (3 MB)

 LPR TRAP (ZIP 3 MB)

 LPR SA DEMO (1 MB)

 SPEED DETERMINATION DEMO (2 MB)

SeeLane Install V6.1

Mobile LPR Player

 
Contact Us
 
Feed Back
 
 
News 
 
Diversity of LPR - Article in Security Solutions Vol11 No2 (PDF)
 
Automatic Drunk Drivers ID & apprehension
 
I-Cube Intro Brochure

Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) for Law Enforcement

KZN gets high-tech speed cameras

High Tech Crime Fighting

New speed monitoring system tested

Road Block LPR Solutions

Reference Sites
 
Particulars of LPR projects carried out successfully
 
 
 
 
 
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10 point crime pan
 
10 Things to Consider When Choosing Vision Software
 
22m fingerprints digitised
 
Apparatus and method for container recognition
 
 
ATMs to recognize your face
 
BIOBOUNCER
 
Cameras nab delivery drivers
 
Card skimmers steal from ATMs.
 
Common Biometric Technologies
 
crime fight to get more eyes
 
 
 
 
 
 
NEWS: SEE BELOW...

Imaging in Africa : The use of advanced imaging solutions for measurement and control

PDF   /   WORD   /   HTML

Wednesday 6th August 2008

VENUE: UNIVERSITY OF KWAZULU NATAL

HOWARD COLLEGE CAMPUS

Room G-01, FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

17:30 FOR 18:00

http://www.i-cube.co.za/preview/Imaging%20in%20Africa.html\

 

RE: INTEGRATION OF BIOMETRICS,  LPR, FACIAL & BILLING LINKED TO A WEIGHBRIDGE SOLUTION

INVITATION TO: 1st TUE

Venue: 247 Technologies, Durban or PHUNGO IT Solutions (PTY)Ltd. JHB

Maxiprest House
Grayston Ridge Office Park
Katherine Street
Sandton

1st Tue in the month,  

PDF / WORD

Come and see the latest state-of-the-art security integration between biometrics, LPR, DVR, weigh bridges and advanced facial  technology presented by I-Cube and 247 Technologies

Call 086 110 1738 to book 

Further info: HERE

 

DAILY NEWS DEC 2007

 

PROACTIVE CRIME REDUCTION by I-Cube

PDF (300 KB)  /   WORD (2 MB)

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THE SOUTH AFRICAN ROAD FEDERATION

KWAZULU-NATAL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

MACDONALD THEATRE, KZN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT, 172 BURGER STREET ,

PIETERMARITZBURG

29 October 2007 13:00pm – 16:00pm

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

 

 15H15 – 15H45          The Application of ITS & Imaging to Traffic Management & Control                                          Presentation by Mr Barry Dudley  

       High RES (8 MB PDF )     / LOW RES ( 2 MB PDF)

How Crime in your area affects the price of your hose (AND OTHER REASONS TO JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH)

WEB SITE SURVEY

Sustainable Public Transport for Soccer World Cup 2010

I-Cube (Integrated, Intelligent, Imaging)

 

4TH ITS SOUTH AFRICA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Held on 6-9 March 2007 at the CSIR International Conference Centre in Pretoria, South Africa.  

I-Cube presented "  Real-time Tracking of Public Transport  Please contact I-Cube if you are unable to attend but would like a copy of the presentation (LPR at I-Cube dot co dot za).

 

INVITATION TO: Focus on Security Fire & Safety 2007

Durban Exhibition at Durban Expo Centre, Gate D (off Aliwal St) Coast of Dreams

Thursday 22 Feb 2007 9:30 to 17:00 Friday 23 Feb 2007 9:30 to 16:00

Come and see the latest state-of-the-art security, fire and safety technology presented by the leading companies in their fields.

The HTSOL LPR solution now comes with a NETWORKED IP, DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER, making it far more powerful. FOR MORE INFORMATION

DOWNLOAD THE IP SOFTWARE FROM HERE: (you will need a IP camera or a USB device connected to a CCTV camera)

For a LPR TEST, save the image as a JPEG file and then use this software to do the LPR: LPR Demo of RSA Customised Plates. zip (3 MB)

NEWS RELEASE FROM I-CUBE SOLUTIONS

WORD DOCUMENT

Road hogs, law dodgers beware on N3
BY LEON ENGELBRECHT , ITWEB SENIOR WRITER
• 
[ Johannesburg, 5 December 2006 ] - The KwaZulu-Natal Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI) yesterday put its experimental average speed determination (ASD) system into effect on a stretch of highway between Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

ASD measures average speed based on a pair of licence plate recognition (LPR) units and issues a ticket automatically via the mail.

The system can also alert authorities if it detects vehicles associated with fugitives from justice, suspects in criminal cases or wanted persons. It can also check passing traffic for stolen vehicles, or those with expired licences or false number plates.

The LPR-based speed measurement system has several advantages over other techniques. This includes the fact that the violation detection is not based on a singular point, but rather on the length of the route, so it slows down the traffic along the entire route rather than in specific points which are quickly known to drivers, says RTI director Johan Schnell.

Additional advantages are that the system is automatic and easy to set up, provides the evidence in images, covers all lanes and operates 24 hours a day, using invisible infrared illumination.

Hi-tech targets road hogs
BY LEON ENGELBRECHT , ITWEB SENIOR WRITER

Additional functionality
[ Johannesburg, 29 November 2006 ] - The KwaZulu-Natal Road Traffic Inspectorate (RTI) will put its experimental Average Speed Determination (ASD) system into effect next Tuesday.

RTI director Johan Schnell says the launch of the ASD system, originally set for early November, was delayed by “legislative and operational needs”.

ASD measures average speed based on a pair of licence plate recognition (LPR) units, and issues a ticket, or directly informs the road user using electronic road signs that he is committing a moving violation. For this trial, a single system is being installed on a stretch of the N3 between Durban and Pietermaritzburg.

The LPR-based speed measurement system has several advantages over other techniques. This includes the fact that the violation detection is not based on a singular point but rather on the length of the route, so it slows down the traffic along the entire route rather than in specific points which are quickly known to drivers, Schnell says.

Additional advantages are that the system is automatic and easy to set up, provides the evidence in images, covers all lanes and operates 24 hours a day, using invisible infrared illumination.

Additional functionality

Schnell says the trial was originally only to test the system's speed measuring ability. “But there is no point doing just that,” he says. “We want to share the system and what it can do with a number of users. There is no point photographing stolen vehicles, or vehicles associated with people with outstanding warrants… Lots of people have little bits of outstanding business with government, sometimes more serious business than speeding, not having a valid licence disk, or a valid drivers licence,” Schnell adds, “and we'd like to conclude that business.”

The systems developers have been roped in to make the trial variant more multifunctional so that it can help customs and excise, as well as immigration agents track down suspects and also assist police and prison officials to serve outstanding warrants.

“We are making a lot of demands on the developers, who, I must say, have accepted the challenge and will be making it work better for a broader network of people,” Schnell says.

Related story:
New speed monitoring system tested

 

 

don't pull a fast one Daily News Edition 1, Thursday 30th November

Beating speed cameras by slowing down for a short distance is no longer an option. Speed and you will be caught. [ Full Story... ]

 

Foxy double cameras set to outsmart speedsters (Sunday Tribune 15 Oct 2006)

SNAIL MAIL ARTICLE ON FIGHTING CRIME WITH I-CUBE July 2006

 

 

 License Plate Recognition and Facial Solutions DEMO

You will be able to see LIVE / WORKING SYSTEMS of:

-         License Plate Recognition LPR DLL / SEELANE LPR SOFTWARE (1 – 6 lanes)

-         SeeLane logging or access control LPR HTSOL Overview; See Lane; LPR SA DEMO (1 MB)

-         High Speed (175 KM) digital cameras used for real time monitoring vehicles in a free flow environment;

-         IR cameras used for 24 HR access control LPR Demo of RSA Customised Plates. zip (3 MB)

-         Facial ID faceit / faceit_gen 

-         Facial Verification linked to a card / PIN or finger print DISCOVERY

-         Facial Verification linked to License Plate Recognition (PDF)

 RSVP Attendance to:  

   

 

 

 

It has come to the attention of I-Cube that the advanced mobile LPR equipment I-CUBE supplies could have been utilised to assist a criminal syndicate. 

I-Cube would like to take this opportunity to warn the owners of these vehicles that the following information was obtained and could be used by a possible criminal syndicate.

 I-Cube would like, through you, to warn all drivers to be extra careful and in particular caution the below list of license plates.

 

Please contact Barry Dudley on 082 562 8225 or 031 764 3077 or LPR at I-Cube dot co dot za for more information

 

DATABASE OF VEHICLES OBTAINED BY POSSIBLE CRIMINAL SYNDICATE

Please e-mail  I-Cube VIA LPR at I-Cube dot co dot za to obtain the sub-set of a larger database which contains the license plates of vehicles recorded at casinos, shopping centres and other areas where high value cars frequent.  These vehicles were recorded using the mobile I-Cube LPR system, over a two-day period, covering Durban, north and south coast.  Unfortunately I-Cube does not have the full database, but just over 5 000 vehicle are listed in the file.    

The information obtained included:

-         Owner name

-         Address

-         ID no.

-         Phone number

-         Vehicle position (GPS)

-         Time and date vehicle detected

-         Length of time vehicle was parked there

-         Vehicle colour

-         Type of vehicle

-         Etc.

I-Cube has immediately ceased all contact with the representative who has this information, and will no longer support or provide equipment to this person.  However I-Cube is aware that this person is currently seeking an alternative supplier of this technology.  

  Please e-mail  I-Cube VIA LPR at I-Cube dot co dot za to obtain the database
 
Images for TRAFFIC DIGEST ARTICLE DOWNLOAD HERE
High-Tech Solutions rolls next-generation OCR for terminal security
 
PAST NEWS ITEMS INVOLVING I-CUBE and our PARTNERS 

 

LPR & Facial - Articles recently in the news concerning LPR and Facial uses and application

Please download (ZIP / Word) the I-Cube Company Profile and Products if you require more information

COMPLAINTS MANAGEMENT SUMMIT
ON JOINT SAFETY INITIATIVES
ICC Durban 23-25th  Feb   2006
The ROLE of IT
when Dealing with Crime
A proactive early warning and crime prevention system
PRESENTED by Isoletu Foresight Consortium (I 4 C)

4 MB PDF

 
SEEN AT THE SURE PARK SYSTEMS STAND AT THE  ACSA SHOW 

OTHER VISITORS  

Joel Stransky from Stellavista (www.stellavista.com)

Grant Naude BASIX Technologies (www.basixtech.co.za)

Helmuth Krug SIEMENS

Robert Hohmann - DynCorp

Greg Booysen Luxury Chauffeur Drive (www.limo.co.za)

Deon Scheepers and Andre Hogewoning from VERIDOC (www.veridocsa.co.za)

Dave from Parking Solutions

Craig from ZEAG PARKING

Fanie from N3 Toll

Dr B. Cotzee from TALES

OTHER VISITORS  

 

The Public Transport, Traffico & Parkex Exhibition  14 & 15 September 2005

  10:00 – 18:00 daily

  EXPO Centre

(Nasrec), Johannesburg

Cnr Randskou & Nasrec Road  

Entrance Gates 5 & 6 turnstile entrance
INVITATION TO VISIT

This Exhibition will showcase trends in technology and equipment , which can offer solutions to our ever growing strained public transport systems. Improving the stranglehold of parking and the modernisation of traffic control implementation in the urban areas.                 Endorsed by

Arrive Alive l NRA l RMI l SABOA l SANTACO

VISITOR REGISTRATION FOR THE EXHIBITION – for free entry Or register on-line at our website:  www.expo-international.com

PDF (2 MB)      HTML (Power Point)

POWER POINT (6 MB)

Contact Barry T. Dudley on 082 562 8225 for more INFO or for stand location

   
 
Everton LPR  LOGGING LPR, Speed Determination
AVERAGE SPEED VIOLATION DETERMINATION

The system can also be connected to roadside Traffic signs that can alert the drivers in real time on their speeding violation.

AVERAGE SPEED VIOLATION DETERMINATION LPR-based speed measurement system has several advantages over other techniques: the violation detection is not based on a singular point (as most other methods do) but rather on the length of the route, so it slows down the traffic along the entire route rather than in specific points which are quickly known to drivers. 

I-Cube.   All rights reserved.  Revised: July 25, 2008 .

   
We invite you to download our SA PERSONLISED PLATE recognition software demo program. SA Personalized LPR Plate Demo (Zipped file 1 MB) SA PERSONLISED PLATE recognition software demo

This sample application demonstrates the powerful capabilities of our recognition systems. Each demo contains several typical images (OR USE YOUR OWN) and the recognition software. The software is a static-link version, and performs true recognition at real time. Download HERE or more details

 
   

I-CUBE and PlanetCCTV announce a partnership!

 

I-CUBE and PlanetCCTV announce a partnership whereby the I-CUBE Facial and LPR products will now be shipped PRE-installed on all PlanIT CCTV products  
 
 

For more information: 

Please contact  Barry Dudley, I-CUBE on 082 562 8225 / 031 764 3077 / lpr at I-Cube dot co dot za 

2008/07/25 07:12 AM

 

The following article appeared in the March/April edition of Hi-Tech SECURITY Solutions - The Industry Journal for Security and Business ProfessionalsVolume 11 No. 2 Pg 34/35

DIVERSITY OF LICENSE PLATE RECOGNITION (PDF / Web Link). 

LPR is now being used in a wide range of applications with great success, but how did the different role playes involved agree?

 

 

For more information: 

Please contact Brandon Cloete from SPS or Barry Dudley, I-CUBE on 082 562 8225 / 031 764 3077 / lpr at I-Cube dot co dot za 

The result was outstanding, with a large number of vehicles correctly identified.  

I-Cube in conjunction with METRO did a road block test of See TRAFFIC View the results here (PDF). 

A motion trigger is used to trigger the PORTABLE LPR system, which takes a picture of the car approaching. OCR occurs and the number plate is compared to a database of wanted vehicles (over 700 000 in this test).             March 2005

 

For more information: 

Please contact John Swart from FANG or Barry Dudley, I-CUBE on 082 562 8225 / 031 764 3077 / lpr at I-Cube dot co dot za 

I-Cube in conjunction with Fang releases an integrated LPR / FRS product (PDF). 

LPR is used to trigger the facial camera, which then verifys the driver.  If the driver identify is confirmed, the gate opens.  if not, security is contacted.     APRIL 2005

 

Date: Tue 22nd March 2005         Times: 8 am, 10, 12, 2, & 4 PM (approx. 45 min per demo)     Venue: Welcor Boardroom, Welcor Offices, 365 Stateway, Doorn, Welkom

 RSVP: Welcor; Tel: (057) 352-2911; Fax: (057) 352 6751 Cell: (082) 891-9944

MARCH 2005

Invitation to License Plate Recognition & Facial Identification DEMO

Welcor in conjunction with I-Cube will be holding LPR and facial demos in Welkom.

This is an ideal opportunity for you to test, explore, investigate, cost, design and purchase either License Plate Recognition or Facial Recognition / Verification.

 Welcor would like to invite you to bring your customers / clients / technical gurus / MD / purchasing officer / sales team to our offices for an exclusive view of the latest, fully operational and functional LPR and Facial technology.

   

Invitation to SECUREX 2005 - South Africa’s International Security & Protection Trade Exhibition

Set against the hi-tech backdrop of the state-of-the-art Sandton Convention Centre, Securex provides the perfect platform for security, safety and protection innovators and key business buyers to meet to discuss the technologies, equipment, systems, and services essential to safeguarding business in today’s world.

General Info

Dates: 2 - 4 March 2005
Times: 10h00 - 17h00
Venue: Sandton Convention Centre
Contact: lpr@i-cube.c.za or 082 562 8225

Dates: 2 - 4 March 2005; Times: 10h00 - 17h00 Venue: Sandton Convention Centre

Visitor ProfileThe 2004 show witnessed a total of 104 exhibitors making their presence felt, with in excess of 4 200 buyers and decision makers attending the show over the three day period. Of these, 120 were foreign visitors hailing from 27 different countries.
Securex visitors span a cross-range of sectors including:
Agriculture
Airports
Architecture / Quantity Surveying
Armed Response Companies
Construction
Contracting
Defence Services
Government
Hotels / Casinos / Resorts
Installers / Manufacturers
Insurance
Mining
Police / Prisons
Retail
Security Consultants
Suppliers of Security Products
Training
Utility Services
Warehousing / Distribution / Transport Companies

Why VisitWith its focus on security, protection and safety, Securex presents visitors with the opportunity to discover and explore all the latest products, technologies, equipment, systems, services and solutions that are now available in the industry, under one roof. In addition, Securex enables visitors to:
Source product & supplier information
Keep abreast of new technology and industry trends & innovations
See, test, compare & evaluate the latest products
Acquire technical information
Assess vendors & brands
See product demonstrations
Make purchasing decisions
Consolidate business relationships
Solve specific problems
Find new markets
Discuss specific terms/ conditions
Discuss business needs in a neutral environment
Network & develop business contacts

 

Invitation to Focus on Security, Fire and Safety Exhibition 2005 

Dates: Wed 16th & Thur 17th February 2005 

Venue: The Coca-Cola dome; JHB

STAND 36, MARSHALL INTERNATIONAL

 
Clever Cameras have your record BY JANI MEYER  Pg 7  Sunday Tribune Nov 21 2004 

License Plate Recognition and Facial Identification article written by Jani Meyer, appeared in the Sunday Tribune on November 21, Page 7.

Download a PDF (60 KB)  / WORD (220 KB) version of the article, appeared Sunday 21st Nov.  

 
 
Invitation to License Plate Recognition & Facial Identification DEMO - DBN

Dates: Tue 16th, Wed 17th & Thursday 18th November     Times: 10 am, 12, 2 & 4 PM          Venue: I-Cube, MADADENI, Kloof, Durban                           RSVP: Barry Dudley 031 764 3077 or David Marshall 072 927 2090

 
NEW - I-CUBE DEMO CD: Get yours FREE (Click here) 

I-CUBE DEMO CD:

Contains everything you need to get your own system up and running, just add images!

Multiple Face Recognition software packages and License Plate Recognition DEMOS are on the CD: Click here for the user manual. 

 
   
 
  FOCUS ON SECURITY:    SHOW SPECIALS 

You are invited to come talk to us when I-CUBE will be exhibiting: DURBAN 22 & 23 JULY EXHIBITION CENTRE 

 
ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE KWAZULU-NATAL BRANCH OF THE SECURITY ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA (SASA) 

Venue: International Convention Centre (ICC Durban) KwaZulu-Natal                

Date: Wednesday, 30 June 2004          Invitation 

THEME: Creating Unique Solutions to Crime in a New South African Era  

 
SMART CARD SOCIETY TALK at Carnival City Talk

Power Point Presentation 100 KB  ( PDF)

Technical Details (PDF  ) 

 

 

 

 

BIOMETRICS

i-cube releases evaluation face recognition software

March/April edition of Hi-Tech SECURITY Solutions (Vol. 10, No.2)

 

APRIL SECURITY FOCUS (Vol 22, No. 4) article on Acsys Face Recognition

 

  IT perspective

  Dr Kevin Meyer from I-CUBE will be presenting  on  "Face Recognition as applied to tourists to the US - A 50/50 approach." The biometric screening of foreign visitors at U.S. airports, announced with much fanfare by U.S. Security Czar Tom Ridge, is a good example of both a first-class and inopportune use of Face Recognition.  I-Cube senior software developer, Dr. Kevin Meyer, will introduce the topic via a review of 13 biometric exclusion techniques, and with practical examples and live demonstrations, he will expand on how the Americans could be implementing biometric face recognition, successfully and not so successfully, at borders. You cannot afford to miss this cutting edge presentation!

If you would like to downlaod the talk please click on:this link PDF DOCUMENT (1.5MB)

register for event

 

I-Cube launches biometric solutions
BY STEPHEN WHITFORD, ITWEB JOURNALIST                     12 February 2004 
[Johannesburg, 12 February 2004] - Durban-based start-up I-Cube, which launched in January, is gearing up to go to market with “affordable” face and licence plate recognition solutions.

I-Cube MD Barry Dudley says the company aims to provide a one-stop solution that is affordable and easy to use.

“The problem with biometric solutions is that in order to make a positive identification, one has to purchase very expensive technology. We are therefore providing an affordable face recognition solution to assist security staff in identifying people,” he says.

The system can be used at casinos, sports stadiums or stores where security guards need to make a positive identification, Dudley says. Using the solution, clients are able to build up a database of people and if security staff are suspicious of one of the people passing checkpoints, the picture taken can be matched by the camera to a database.

“The software allows the user to narrow down the search by entering criteria including age, race, hair colour, size and gender into the system. It then provides the user with a number of possibilities and the staff can see if there is a match between the person in question and the people listed on the database,” he says.

If a company cannot afford the system, Dudley says companies can opt to rent a database on I-Cube servers and access it via e-mail. The user then e-mails the photograph through to I-Cube with the criteria and an automated response is generated and e–mailed back to the users.

Dudley says the licence plate recognition could be used at toll gates to search for motorists with warrants against their names or to monitor toll gate card users as well as for companies wanting to manage their vehicle fleets.

He says I-Cube will launch its solutions at the trade only security exhibition at Gallagher Estate on 18 and 19 of February.

The exhibition will also showcase a range of technology, including electronics, CCTV cameras and logistics and security software.

 
 
I-CUBE gets a mention in: GAMING FOR AFRICA INFOLINE WEEK 365
Information as at Thursday, 29 January 2004.
To subscribe contact Gaming for Africa on telephone +27 (11) 704 3147/462 7047
Or fax 704 1616. E-mail:
afrogame@mweb.co.za

* An MBA dissertation - "Casino Exclusion Technique Exploration - Framework Development" is available FREE to casinos and other vertical markets looking at biometrics as a means of excluding problem gamblers. See www.I-Cube.co.za or contact btdudley at I-Cube dot co dot za (082 562 8225) to receive a 2MB PDF file.

 
Problem Gamblers to be removed with Biometrics  


South Africa casinos (which contributed over 34 BILLION RAND in the last 2 years to the GDP) are reviewing a local face recognition product, which promises to assist in removing problem gamblers.  Problem gamblers in South Africa make up over 5% of all gamblers, one of the highest in the world.

I-Cube begins to collect FACIAL IMAGES to add to the proposed PROBLEM GAMBLERS DATABASEClick here for more information

 
IT companies are best suited to sell Security Solutions

So says Barry T. Dudley, head of the newly established Integrated, Intelligent Imaging (I3 or I-Cube for short).  

Have a look at the web site www.I-Cube.co.za for more information or please contact Barry T. Dudley

Traditional CCTV companies are not positioned to take advantage of the convergence of the IT and Security fields.  IT companies have the experience in PC products, the right infrastructure to advise, quote, install, maintain, upgrade and support the new security products.  IT companies should be expanding their product lines, now, on the verge of the IT recover, which is starting in the UK and the US.  Dudley says a good place to start would be with his products, FACE RECOGNITION and LICENSE PLATE RECOGNITION, which have traditionally been the forte of large security concerns.  Both of these primarily concern PC’s with specialized software, which just happen to be connecting to cameras and responding to security aspects, possibly in the casino, mining, retail, sporting or mid sized company. I-Cube is actively seeking IT companies to distribute, install and support its products.  

 
I-Cube features on RADIO PROGRAMME, showing the positive uses of face recognition, on VOICE OF AMERICA (concerning the use of face recognition to assist problem gamblers).

 

Click here to download the December 2003 Biometric Digest

Biometric Digest Hits the Airwaves With "Face To Fingerprint"Identification, privacy and security using biometric identification featured on weekly talk show on Internet radio

"From Face to Fingerprint – Focus on Secu-rity, Privacy and Identification" is hosted by Bill Rogers, publisher of the "Biometric Digest" newsletter and the "Biometric Information Directory." The hourly show will air every Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. Pacific time, 3:00 p.m. Mountain, 4:00 p.m. Central and 5:00 p.m. Eastern time. VoiceAmerica.com will re-broadcast the show 12 hours later for their international audience. 

 

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