PIPS rebrands Spike camera range as the Spike Planets
PIPS Technology has rebranded its popular Spike camera range as the ‘Spike Planets’. The company pursues an ethos of providing the most cost-competitive Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) solution per lane whilst adding new features along the way.
“Similar to planets, while not always seen PIPS’s cameras are all around us. Each planet is unique in its own way, so identifying each of our products based on features provided and by planet name seemed something that our customers would relate to,” says Katie Jones, Marketing Assistant.
Products already introduced to the range include Spike Venus, Spike Neptune integrated ANPR cameras, the Spike Helios off-axis illuminator. The range will continue to expand as more features are added.
Another new development at PIPS is the arrival of Paul Davey, formerly MD of Vysionics, as Business Development Director for Speed Enforcement Products. His appointment comes just as the company’s SpeedSpike average speed enforcement system recently gained UK Home Office Type Approval. SpeedSpike was developed as a cost-effective distance over time speed enforcement system for a range of road safety and calming applications. By linking up to 1,000 cameras in any one system, SpeedSpike can enforce speeds in the range of 20-140mph across an entire road network.