Nortech, UK specialists in long-range identification solutions, launched and provided live demonstrations of Nedap’s next generation of ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) camera at this year’s Parkex show.
The ANPR Access V2 short-range keeps up with the rapid growing demand for effective number-plate reading; it is purposely designed for vehicle access control applications, whilst guaranteeing customers benefit from the latest developments in ANPR technology.
The ANPR Access V2 was also selected by the Parkex 2019 panel of industry experts as one of 10 prime examples of cutting-edge innovations that have emerged within the market in the last 12 months.
In a relatively short period of time, number-plate recognition technology for vehicle access control has become very popular.
Nedap’s ANPR cameras identify vehicles by capturing their number plates, making it the ideal solution for applications where it is undesirable or not possible to issue (RFID) tags.
It is perfect for situations in which vehicles need to be granted continual or temporary access to a site, such as in employee or visitor parking applications.
The ANPR Access V2 supersedes Nedap’s ANPR Access, offering better performance, power over Ethernet and built in Wiegand modes – it now has 28 European libraries preloaded by default.
Furthermore, it is still fully backwards compatible with existing installations.
This new camera can also easily integrate with any third party security, parking and traffic management systems, by accessing the built-in Wiegand options.
The ANPR Access V2 cameras take the effectiveness of using ANPR for vehicle access control to the next level. Its available options for configuration and interfacing have been enhanced and extended, making ANPR now a viable option for installations all over the world, including the Pacific and the USA.
Nortech has supplied products and solutions to the security industry for over 25 years as an independent British company.
The company uses extensive experience and expertise to create new security products to fit their clients’ needs, designing everything with the customer in mind.
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