The I-CUBE Web site is packed with information on our 3 product lines, being IA, LPR and Facial solutions. I-CUBE invites you to explore the site and download the technical documentation, news items, photos, description of sample installations, system simulations and recognition demos.  If  you can not find what you are looking for, PLEASE send I-CUBE an e-mail, SMS, Fax, letter or give us a call (+27 31 764 3077 or + 27 82 562 8225), it would be our pleasure to assist.    
I-Cube advantage
Q for a LPR request
See Car app
Choice of applications
License Plate Recognition
SeeCAR Product LINE
Access Control
SEE Traffic 
Average Speed Determination
Train / Rail
Weigh bridge integration
LPR cameras
LPR Intro
Hospital Presentation
Hyster Recognition
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
Demo user manual
Bloem tender
RTMC tender


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




SeeLane Install V6.1

Mobile LPR Player

Contact Us
Feed Back
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

SeePlane is a vision-based multi-lane recognition system designed for identifying airplane tail numbers. The SeePlane system includes both hardware and software, and can accommodate up to six separate lanes per system.


The system identifies FAA standard fixed-wing aircraft markings that appear on the vertical tail surfaces or the sides of the fuselage. It then sends the recognition results to a client application, including the marking, the image file path, the lane number, date and time.


The following screen snapshot shows a sample capture of an aircraft. The recognized identification marking is displayed on top of the image, and a history of previous recognitions is shown is the history list below the image.



This snapshot is an actual installation in Australia, which is part of a larger maintenance management system that logs the airplanes that enter or leave a maintenance hangar.


SeePlane major features are:

 The program is the basis for a wide range of applications

 Handles single or multiple lanes (1-6 lanes, each lane with different characteristics  easily changed by a password-controlled setting menu)

 Easy configuration settings: communication, device interface, sensor types, capture and illumination modes

 SeePlane can run in background (as black box) and send DDE messages to your client application (samples and source code are provided)

 Cuts time-to-market - a tailored application can be prepared and integrated in a few days!

 Automatic image recording option

 Hardware kit is included (frame grabber, IO card and interface, sensor interface). Note that the cameras/illumination units and trigger sensor is supplied by the integrator.

 Released for Win 2000 / XP 

Contact us for more details...








  SeePlane recognition player

You should first download the ZIP file, saving the file to a directory. Then, extract the file (using Winzip) into a subdirectory. Be sure that you activate the application only after extracting the files to a subdirectory. To execute the demo, activate the extracted .exe file. The demo loads and displays each of the images, performs actual number plate recognition, and displays the result on the player display. The identified code is displayed at the bottom window. The history of these identifications, the file processed by the player, and the actual time required to identify the image are shown in the right window.


























License Plate Recognition

License Plate Recognition for a wide range of applications including Parking, Access Control, Logging all vehicles & alarm when Wanted Vehicles detected.   

Roads rated to assess safety

KwaZulu-Natal project will provide clear guidelines on how to improve province’s roads to prevent accidents

KWAZULU-Natal roads will be rated in much the same way as hotels and new cars, giving motorists an idea of the relative safety of the roads they travel on and showing authorities what they can do to make roads safer.

At present, fatal road accidents cost SA R43bn every year. National Department of Transport statistics show about 800000 accidents of all types occur every year. According to the Automobile Association’s statistics, these accidents cause about 42 deaths and leave 23 people permanently disabled every day.

Gary Ronald, a spokesman for the AA, says that road accidents can be attributed to three factors human, vehicle and road conditions. All play a part in accidents. While traffic authorities have had some success in clamping down on unroadworthy vehicles and removing unfit drivers from the road, not much attention has been paid to improving the physical conditions of roads.

A recent pilot project in KwaZulu Natal is assessing what can be done to improve roads to make them safer. The scheme kicked off a few months ago when the Automobile Association, together with the International Roads Assessment Programme, brought a specially equipped Mercedes-Benz Vito, designed to assess the relative safety of roads.

The Vito is equipped with a variety of cameras and electronic sensors that allow the crew to establish objectively just how safe a stretch of road is. A team of German experts travelled 4000km on KwaZulu Natal roads, and the information collected has been handed to the KwaZulu-Natal traffic authorities, who are part of the pilot project.

The International Roads Assessment Programme began in Europe as the sister project of the European New Car Assessment Programme — the famous NCAP programme that crash-tests cars to establish how safe they are, or aren’t.

Ronald says the evaluation looked at ways that roads can be made safer.

“In many cases it is cheap to improve the safety of roads. For example, simply cutting grass or improving the visibility of road signs may make a road materially safer. The assessment programme also looked at what can be done to improve road safety by altering existing roads to make them safer.

“For example, changing the way drains or kerbing is made may make it less likely that a car hitting the side of the road would lose control or flip. Removing trees or obstructions may create a safe run-off area for motorists who lose control and leave the road.

“We expect the report from EuroRAP some time in September.”

AUTHOR: Motor News Reporter
DATED: 26th July 2007





Facial Identification & Verification Solutions   

CALL Barry on +27 31 764 3077  or   + 27 (0) 82-562-8225  or E-Mail NOW (info at I-Cube dot co dot za)  OR Fax Number : 0866539659 OR Contact one of our DISTRIBUTORS  

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

I-Cube.   All rights reserved.  Revised: February 18, 2008 .                           BTD (QG) Quotes