The UK intelligent traffic enforcement and management solutions company Videalert has launched a new generation of mobile ANPR camera technology for use in its expanding range of multi-purpose Mobile Enforcement Vehicles.
The company says the HD camera “will deliver enhanced capture rates and increase productivity in parking and traffic management applications” when used with its car and bike-based MEVs.
The new 2 megapixel camera is ONVIF compliant and utilises the latest Sony DSP technology for noise reduction and infrared sensitivity which Videalert says accurately captures crisp images of reflective number plates at distances of up to 40 metres. It also features a full colour overview module to capture contextual images of vehicles in both daylight and challenging light conditions.
According to Tim Daniels, Sales and Marketing Director of Videalert, “We are now fitting this innovative new camera technology to all our new MEV platforms as it will deliver number plate read rates of over 98% in a wide range of applications with vehicles being driven at normal speeds. Our MEV engineering hub facility in Trowbridge, Wiltshire enables us to build and test multiple platforms concurrently and deliver in greater volume to meet the requirements of fleet operators for single or multiple vehicles.”