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AutoVu law enforcement brochure

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IP-Based Automatic License Plate Recognition for Law Enforcement Advancements in automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) technology have enabled police agencies worldwide to apprehend more wanted suspects and recover more stolen vehicles, all while improving the safety of those on duty. Choosing the right ALPR system, though, is vital to ensure a reliable solution to detect suspected vehicles and potential threats. AutoVu ™ System Overview Security Center AutoVu™ provides officers the most accurate and reliable ALPR system in the industry, ensuring that thousands of plates can be read effortlessly during each shi. Available as both fixed and mobile camera systems, AutoVu™ has been engineered, tested, and proven to meet the demands of law enforcement applications. Hardware e AutoVu™ Sharp family of IP-based ALPR devices leads the industry in license plate read rates, ensuring an effective solution for police operations. e Sharp and SharpX are designed to provide the most accurate plate reads every shi, more plate reads in bad weather, or at poor angles, and even at high speeds. From vehicle mounted systems to fixed perimeter installations, AutoVu™ enables organizations to automate license plate identification, and share critical data amongst officers. Software AutoVu™ Patroller is the intuitive in-vehicle control interface of the AutoVu™ system, providing easily accessible features for officers onboard, and allowing them to monitor incoming reads from ALPR cameras. With touch-enabled functions, training on the system is easy for operators of all levels of technical experience. Security Center is a unified security platform that provides real- time monitoring of AutoVu™ events, alarm management, as well as advanced data-mining and reporting capabilities. As license plate reads and hits are gathered from patrolling units in the field and from fixed AutoVu™ SharpV units, information is relayed to Security Center operators. In the case of fixed applications, not only can operators monitor the incoming reads from ALPR cameras, but can also view live video that is captured from the SharpV camera. Hardware AutoVu ™ SharpX • Plate capture across three lanes of traffic • Up to 5,000 plate captures per minute • Plate capture up to differential speeds of 200 MPH (320 km/h) • Smallest high-resolution ALPR camera on the market AutoVu ™ SharpV • Easily portable from vehicle-to-vehicle • On-board video compression and analytics • Plate capture up to differential speeds of 140 MPH (225 km/h) • All-in-one solution with limited wiring required Software AutoVu ™ Patroller On-board navigation and monitoring interface. ALPR information can be sent to Security Center in real-time through live transmission.

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