Danny Malone of TagMaster
It is a two-pronged message from TagMaster
with a new ANPR and RFID products.
The new CitySync50 ANPR system is a twin-camera configuration with integrated ANPR processing that can be pre-programed with white, black and grey (time related) lists to facilitate or block vehicular access (with email alerts sent where required).
There are multiple illumination options (850NM, 760Nm and white light) and the camera unit can be directly connected to variable message signs or other smart systems.
A 32GB solid-state hard drive gives scope for additional processing or data storage and while the system can measure speeds up to 80km/h, it is not currently type-approved for enforcement purposes. A new set-up wizard simplifies initial installation and the unit is accessible from any web browser.
On the RFID side, TagMaster is showing its new XT series of long-range readers which can work at a distance of between 4m and 16m. These UHF units are available to suit European or American operating frequencies and work with passive tags that do not require a battery.
The units can read RFID tags in vehicles travelling at up to 200km/h, making them suitable for detecting police, ambulance and other first response vehicles as part of an emergency vehicle prioritisation system.