Adrian Grant from Vysionics highlights the new Vector ANPR camera
Vysionics is highlighting its new Vector advanced ANPR camera, which has now entered volume production following a number of successful trials around the world.
Vector is a highly capable HD automatic licence plate reader (ALPR) that forms the platform for a huge range of enforcement and monitoring applications. Originally introduced to the market in 2013, the camera has already been selected for applications as diverse as average speed enforcement, police surveillance, rail crossing monitoring, journey time systems, and weigh in motion.
Current examples of active solutions include Specs3 Vector average speed enforcement, which is recommended for UK Home Office Type Approval (HOTA). Vysionics says that as a fully contained device, this approach revolutionises average speed control, covering two lanes of traffic per camera and requiring no additional street furniture. Another active solution Vysionics is highlighting on its stand is Vector LX, an entirely new enforcement solution for rail crossings, currently in the advanced stages of UK HOTA. The device combines Vector ANPR with scanning radar and video capture.
Meanwhile, Vector Police is operational with numerous law enforcement agencies worldwide, providing an immediate police alert to vehicles of interest contained on national and local databases. Two other active solutions include Vector Journey Time and Vector WIM, a national network of ANPR sites used to enforce an HGV road charging levy.
Vysionics is demonstrating a sample of these applications, including live ANPR feeds from operational systems in a number of countries.