Drive-by parking enforcement from SCANaCAR
ANPR-based parking enforcement specialist SCANaCAR is using Intertraffic to launch ScanAuto, which fits into a normal passenger car, and the ScanCAM AC integrated camera and communication system.
ScanAuto is equipped with a sub-35cm accuracy GPS and other detection equipment to determine exactly where a vehicle is parked and can check if that vehicle is illegally parked. Both the camera and lighting modules attach to the rear seat windows (with other equipment in the back of the car), allowing parked vehicles to be scanned and checked while the SCANaCAR is moving.
According to the company, ScanAuto provides information on occupancy rates and enables the mapping of parking areas to inform drivers about available parking spaces. It is also said to enable efficient enforcement of illegal parking including loading/unloading and disabled parking places.
The company will also introduce ScanCAM AC, an integrated POE system (camera, IR Flash, quad processor and secure communication) specially designed for access control. The small unit can be installed in standard 150mm (6”) bollards and has direct input and outputs to connect to barriers and detection loops - although it can operate without these.