The MAV IQ range of ANPR systems has been extended to include a new single lane intelligent camera and an optional extension module for peripherals.
MAV believe their IQ range “leads the market due to its ease of setup for multi-lane, multi-vehicle, high speed accurate number plate reading”. It says that, to match growing demand for installations where users want to focus on a single lane of traffic, MAV have now launched the IQ:SL model which shares the enhanced features of the trusted IQ and concentrates data capture into narrower lane widths giving a reduced entry price.
MAV say the IQ cameras all offer a “superior level of quality and performance that continually evolves with added features to improve their performance in real-world situations”. It adds that recent additions have included:
- Creation of exclusion zones using a free-hand ‘image mask’ to filter out signage or unwanted traffic
- Direction of travel reporting enhancements to allow mapping of complex road layouts and vehicle’s movement without needing to define fixed lanes
- 32GB of on-board memory allowing in excess of a million plates including colour overview and plate patch images
- Immediate data send or storage for later retrieval using IQs ‘store and forward’ feature
- Inclusion of JSON format for access to full metadata with the option to add multiple communication bearers
- Multi-lane and single lane coverage options
MAV have also launched an extension module to compliment the whole MAV IQ range. The factory fitted module offers the chance to attach peripheral devices such as radar for speed indication added to each plate read; pan and tilt control for flexible deployments and relay output to activate barriers or signs. Additionally, the extension module enables triggered ‘no plate’ images to ensure that even when a missing, damaged or unreadable plate is present, the IQ can still capture a colour image for later investigation.