Adaptive Recognition on road to success

Adaptive Recognition, formerly known as ARH, is best known as the innovator behind the globally recognised Carmen ANPR software. The company is here to demonstrate its expertise and solutions. As Adaptive Recognition points out, because of its long-term partnerships with traffic monitoring solution providers worldwide, it closely follows the evolution of this market and gets direct feedback from system integrators working in the field.
March 30, 2022
Marton Sipos
Marton Sipos

"We know that it is a shared frustration that ANPR cameras often fail to deliver on the manufacturers’ promises,” says László Kis, CEO of Adaptive Recognition. ”Our mission is to provide reliable products that integrators can base their solution on with confidence,” he added.

Adaptive Recognition is showcasing Vidar, its all-in-one traffic monitoring device which is suitable for low- and high-speed traffic monitoring. It features an in-built spot laser combined with  PlateFinder software. The two triggers support each other to rule out the possibility of missed vehicles, yielding the same level of reliability as external triggers.

Low-quality images are also a thing of the past as Vidar encompasses two fully autonomous cameras with motorised zoom, focus, and iris. Global-coverage ANPR is provided by Carmen  running onboard the camera.

Adaptive Recognition apoints out that it also offers solutions to clients who do not wish to invest in a dedicated ANPR camera but would rather add ANPR function to an IP camera or upgrade an existing system. The Carmen software comes in multiple on-premise and cloud-based versions.

On the company’s stand are the latest additions to the Carmen family: Carmen Nano, specially developed for NVIDIA  Jetson-based systems, and Carmen Box, a standalone device for video-based ANPR.

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