Tattile expands range with ANPR Mobile cameras
Leading Italian ITS company Tattile will use Intertraffic Amsterdam 2014 to expand its product range with the launch of new products, including ANPR Mobile and Vega Color.
ANPR Mobile, a new cutting-edge technology in support of police forces, incorporates Megapixel sensors enabling it to scan over 100 number plates per second, front and rear, at any light condition. The newly-launched system needs neither embedded processing units nor physical connection between the cameras and the onboard computer/tablet. The plates are read directly onboard the camera, which can be installed on the car’s roof, hood or in the boot. Plate numbers are transmitted via Wi-Fi. The new Tattile solution is provided with sophisticated software which allows image acquisition both in greyscale and in colour.
Tattile’s Vega Color family is designed to detect colour licence plate number and/or the colour of plates, a product particularly addressed to the most sophisticated markets. In line with the company’s philosophy, the device is an all-in-one system, with everything embedded in the camera. The onboard web server allows easy and immediate camera set-up and software update, reducing maintenance costs consistently. The embedded proprietary Tattile OCR, is able to recognise not only the vehicle’s number plate, but also the plate’s colour, often very useful in order to identify the Country / State of origin of the vehicle. The Vega Color can operate in stand-alone mode, without a previously set-up data connection, and saves the events on its on-board micro SD.