Adaptive Recognition has introduced its Vidar 5MP ANPR camera to the market.
The company says its new 5MP sensor means the camera "performs exceptionally in multi-lane environments".
It identifies number plates, make and model, dangerous goods signs and is designed for high-speed traffic, with built-in hardware and software-based triggers for widespread recognition.
The built-in recognition capacity is provided by Adaptive’s Carmen engine and the two 4-core built-in CPUs allow simultaneous high-FPS video streaming, ANPR, MMR, data streaming, and full remote access.
Vidar can optimise zoom and focus settings based on the telemetry report of the on-board gyroscope, accelerometer and laser.
Adaptive says all models are "built for long-term external usage and perform well regardless of weather and other conditions".
The latest Smart 5MpHDx LT models boast two sensors, with the 5MP sensor providing 2432 x 2048 resolution at 30 FPS and an HDx sensor with 1440x1080 resolution at 15 FPS.
The practical benefit is "high-quality images for ANPR over a significantly wider field of view, making it ideal for multi-lane applications, with room for a more flexible set-up", the firm concludes.