Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Streaming Networks Adds Support for DINION capture 5000 IP License Plate Capture Cameras

Streaming Networks’ iRecord License Plate LPR-100 reads retro-reflective license plates found in the U.S. and Canada. It is powered by the company’s optical character recognition (OCR) engine, allowing it to accurately read plates even when they are improperly aligned, partially hidden by plate frames or have vertically stacked characters. When paired with our DINION capture IP cameras, this license plate recognition system provides customers with greater capabilities for gathering vehicle information as part of their security surveillance infrastructure.

DINION capture 5000 IP cameras deliver consistent, high-quality images of vehicle license plates at speeds up to 140 miles per hour. Using advanced optics, the cameras obtain clear, legible plate images up to 92 feet away, enabling accurate vehicle identification even in low-light conditions or when headlight or sun glare are present. Two DINION capture 5000 IP cameras are support per iRecord License Plate system.

Bosch customers can view the iRecord License Plate LPR-100 webpage GUI in the main window of the Bosch Video Management System (BVMS). This makes it easier for operators to access license plate data to enhance security around perimeters and improve parking management and toll collection.

With BVMS, operators know instantly what is happening in the entire organization. It reduces the complexity of video management, allowing personnel to operate more efficiently and effectively. It can support configurations ranging from a single standalone system to multi-site large-scale enterprise applications with an unlimited number of cameras.

For more information on the DINION capture 5000 IP cameras, visit http://bit.ly/1MQ59nN
For more information on Bosch Video Management System, visit http://bit.ly/1N9o1jn
For more information on Streaming Networks’ iRecord License Plate LPR-100, visit www.streaming-networks.com or visit the Streaming Networks booth #672 at ISC East.

Zareh Megerdoonian, Business Development Manager for Bosch, at Zareh.Megerdoonian@bosch.com
Ayub Khan, President of Streaming Networks at Ayub.Khan@streaming-networks.com

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