i-Pro and Vaxtor deliver ALPR apps on AI-capable cameras
i-PRO says their AI product is suitable for city surveillance, parking, access control, security, law enforcement and intelligent transportation systems.
February 15, 2022 By SP&T Staff
Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions Corporation of America has introduced VaxALPR, an automated license plate recognition software which will run on i-PRO AI-enabled models.
These AI-capable cameras can integrate with Vaxtor’s applications.
The i-PRO cameras carry out analytics which means they do not need to stream video to a PC or server. The app is embedded on the i-PRO AI cameras with a per-camera licensing arrangement, and there is no minimum camera count requirement.
This latest on-camera VaxALPR application has recognition rates above 99 per cent and is suitable for high- and low-speed traffic environments.
i-PRO says their AI product is suitable for city surveillance, parking, access control, security, law enforcement and intelligent transportation systems. The company also says the VaxALPR application has a recognition rate of over 99 per cent and can operate in high and low-speed traffic.
Vaxtor says it plans to integrate its generic OCR reader VaxOCR Genesis, for use on i-PRO cameras as well.
“We have been incredibly impressed by the processing power of the i-PRO cameras, the open system and the flexibility and support of its technical team,” said Juan Vercher, CEO and founder of Vaxtor in a statement.
“This combination of powerful hardware and collaboration will enable us to offer additional unique functionality to our joint customers. It’s an exciting future ahead.”
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