What do license plate readers do?
Automatic license plate readers capture computer-readable images of license plates. These high-tech devices enable law enforcement to compare license plates with vehicles stolen or driven by persons suspected of involvement in criminal or terrorist activities.
Full integrated and designed purpose for any traffic related application. Here are some of the features:
- Reliable license plate capture day and night.
- High-speed detection or recognition without motion blur.
- Headlight suppression.
- Remote focus and easy setup mode.
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High-Speed Cameras Combined With Sophisticated Plate Reading Software
Combining high-speed cameras and sophisticated software, Automated license plate reading systems capture and convert license plate images into data which in turn is cross-referenced with other databases.
The cameras used in these systems can be mobile or fixed and are small enough to be mounted on police vehicles, traffic signs, or traffic lights or placed on the side of roads or bridges.
License plate reading systems can record the geographic location and the date and time a vehicle was at a particular place.
Automatic license plate readers capture computer-readable images of license plates. These high-tech devices allow law enforcement to compare license plates with vehicles stolen or driven by persons suspected of involvement in criminal or terrorist activities. These systems are also used in the private sector, for example, to seize vehicles in the event of delinquency, to monitor parking lots, or to control access to private property.
License plate readers are also transforming private security in U.S. neighborhoods, making police surveillance tools available to the masses, with an automatic device that records 24 hours a day.
As the use of automated license plate reading systems has increased, state legislatures have begun to address the complex issues surrounding data privacy and the appropriate use of data.