Efkon's Daniel Ulz with the 1-to-1 Reader
Austria-headquartered Efkon is here at Intertraffic to highlight the Image to Information (I-to-I) Reader, an innovative product which builds on established technology.
Although the device weighs a mere 1.0kg, it incorporates two cameras, a flash, computer, communications unit and power supply in a package small enough to fit in the palm of a hand. Moreover, the I-to-I Reader requires only a standard cable for data and power connection.
Despite its compact appearance, Efkon says there is no compromise in the unit's ANPR capabilities.
Passing vehicles are recorded, their number plate automatically read and made available as machine-readable data. Thanks to the overview camera in addition to the vehicle picture, users always keep track of the situation surrounding the location. With point-and-forget the I-to-I Reader is immediately ready for use. A standardised HTTPS interface means the system can rapidly be integrated into existing systems, or, because of built-in data management, many thousands of reads can be saved locally.
Efkon says that despite its small size, the I-TO -I reader can be integrated into almost any system. This registration number recognition solution is a perfect complement for existing car parks and toll booths as well as other access solutions.