Patrice, left and Philippe Schick pose in front of the camera
says it is surfing on the wave of technical evolution by launching a new generation of camera-based products for parking guidance systems (PGS) here at Intertraffic.
The SP4-C Outdoor Camera System is a new solution that relies on state-of-the art artificial intelligence technology. One camera can monitor dozens of spaces and, as the system is based on standard Ethernet technology, it can easily be scaled to thousands of spaces.
The cameras transmit still images to a central computer on which the detection software runs. This topology allows for integration of standard shell cameras, which are easy to install and to set up. Moreover, the costs of installation and ownership are reduced compared to traditional solutions.
Meanwhile, the SP4-C Indoor Camera System is also based on artificial intelligence technology and adds a new ground-breaking detection feature: plate recognition.
This allows for the implementation of new services, like space reservations and lost and found vehicle service. One camera can monitor up to six parking spaces and is easily interconnected to the other cameras in the Ethernet network. This means reduced costs of installation and ownership.