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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
 

 

 

 

 

client

nature of works

value of work for which the SUB-CONTRACTOR was directly responsible (excluding vat)

year completed

SPOORNET HEAD OFFICE

2 Lane LPR system for access control and logging at SPOORNET head office

R220 000.00

2004

AVIS

6 site (multiple lanes per site) LPR for logging vehicles at JHB, DBN and Cape Town Airport’s and AVIS service areas.

R1,2 million

2002

 This system is installed in the gates of a South African University. It is used for gate control and theft prevention. The license plate of the entering cars are recorded along with the driver face. This data is compared to the information at the exit and the guard can see that the person at the entrance to the University was different than the person driving the car out. The system also provides statistics and data logging, as well as an on-line surveillance of the gates.

After the installation of this system the number of thefts decreased sharply. A sample actual record of an attempted theft is shown in the following animation.
 

 

 

 

 

The SeeCarTrap system is based on SeeLane recognition system and has special modifications for a roadside mobile system. This system is used for catching cars in cases of warrant of arrest, unpaid fines or taxes and stolen cars. It deals with a database of up to 0.5 million entries. The stand-alone real-time system automatically recognizes the car plate number then searches a database. It sounds an alarm when a car has been detected in the 'black' list, and displays the vehicle and arrest information contained in the record. This revolutionary system simplifies the roadblock operation and thus helps to increase selective enforcement.

The system is also connected to a large outdoor display that shows the car number, the car type, the reason for arrest and the name of the driver. This display can be seen by the police officer down the road. All the officer needs to do is wait for the siren, then stop the car and verify the arrest details, as seen in the film clip below.

 

 

The system is portable and installed in minutes by the police officer. It is installed in a battery powered lunch-box PC. It operates day and night on a free-flowing traffic at average speeds of 10-80 KMH. The system contains all the elements of a recognition system: hardware (frame grabber, optional IO card, and a special camera/illumination unit optimized for this application) and software (SeeRoad application and a client application). The application includes a special software trigger option which reduces the need to place a detector on the road, making the system portable and easy to install.

 

This system is installed in a traffic police violations processing center in Pretoria, South Africa (in conjunction with Labat Traffic Solutions using the Startrap Intelligence violation data processing system). It is used to automate the process of handling the fine processing (a fast turnaround from film to fine). The application reads both the license plate off the frame - together with violation information.

A sample violation is shown in the following photo. The frame, read from the film, includes the view of the car, the vehicle plate, and the violation information - which includes the date, location and speed, and is attached in the upper-right corner.

 

   For more information on this installation - see SeeFilm.

 

  

The system performs both access-control, parking and traffic-flow management functions. It provides solutions for a congested University entrance and enforces an overall traffic policy in its gates and parking lots.

 

The entrance display provides traffic guidance by displaying one of the 3 options (left 'Guests' for guest parking, middle 'GO' for entrance, and right for 'Inquiries'). The display is controlled by the management software which has multiple authorization lists. Faculty members can use an automated telephone Interactive Voice Response system which accepts requests for temporary passes. The security guards and officers can also change the permit lists on-line. The system keeps records of the traffic events. It also controls the access-control to internal parking lots.

 

 

The system consists of a cluster of LPR systems, a management software, and an outdoor traffic light display unit. Each of the camera/illumination units (SeeCarHead ) is installed in a anti-vandalism metal cover. The LPR units are based on (SeeLane server application) which interfaces the hardware and performs the recognition process. It sends recognition messages to the client applications. Each of the client applications perform traffic management decisions and connect via network to a management software on a remote server.
 

 

 

 This system is installed in the entrance to a new UK office compound and provides automatic access to authorized cars. The records of the entry and exit are recorded. The system automatically opens the gate for vehicles that match the authorized list. A large outdoor display greets the vehicles (as seen behind the gate).
 

 

 

 

This system part of a toll road system in South Africa. The license plate is read and used as a key to fetch the vehicle information from the toll database. The information is compared to a swipe card which is used by the driver. This integrated system reduces fraud and increases the toll income.

 

The toll system is based on a multi-lane (SeeLane) system which reads and verifies the plate data and sends a message to the toll control application. This application uses the recognition information to obtain the vehicle data, which is matched to the swipe card information. The results are displayed to the operator and also sent to the control room for further processing of the frauds, and long-term data logging.

 

This system is installed in hundreds of border crossing lanes around the border of a European Country, and performs automated monitoring of the vehicles and the persons entering or exiting the Country.

The plate number is read by the LPR system and verified by the operator. The passport data is also read (by another system) which also authenticates the document. A second camera stores the full view of the vehicle. This information is transmitted and stored on a central database. This database is later used to track all entries or exits to the Country, to track stolen cars and other purposes.

The system also significantly improves the flow of the traffic at the crossing checkpoints. The entire crossing operation cycle time was reduced from several minutes to several seconds per vehicle.

 

The system is installed in the entrances and exits of a parking lot. The system automatically opens the gate for season parking (prepaid members) and calculates the parking fee for visitors. The plate string is used as a key to automatically calculate the parking fee based on the time difference between exit and entry.

The system is based on a multi-lane (SeeLane) system which sends the recognition messages to the parking control application. This application, developed and integrated by the local Singapore Company, handles all the parking lot activities and keeps a record (image and information) of all transactions.

 

The system is installed in the entrances of long-term airport parking lots. The system records the plate number and associates it with the ticket number. When the car exits the lot, the ticket number is linked to the car number, thus verifying that the ticket is indeed the same as issued while entering. This system reduces fraud and handles cases of missing tickets, a common problem in airports.

The system is based on a multi-lane (SeeLane)  system which runs as a background application and sends the recognition messages to the airport parking control application. This application, developed and integrated by a US parking Company, keeps a history of the entries (image and information) and also controls the payment at the cashier booth.

 

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