Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) was instrumental in arresting two Fresno, CA women in connection with a stolen vehicle on Saturday.
An ALPR hotlist of stolen vehicles alerted police in the area of Parkway and Olive that a stolen vehicle was parked at a motel on Parkway Drive, according to Sgt. Tony Bustos of the Fresno Police.
Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR), is an artificial intelligence system that provide automatically scans vehicle license plates from either mounted locations (such as street poles, streetlights, bridges, tunnels, mobile trailers) or in mobile deployment, (for instance in police cruisers), explains a representative of PlateSmart Technologies, the Platinum Award Winner for Best License Plate Recognition System, in the 2018 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program.
Jody Sisouvong and Amy Montez of Fresno were both arrested and placed in jail for the possession of a stolen vehicle.
The vehicle has been returned to its rightful owner.
ALPR – What Is It?
ALPR automatically captures all license plates as they come within view of ALPR cameras and sensors, autonomously checking the plates against a hotlist database which can include stolen and wanted vehicles, or vehicles owned or registered to wanted fugitives.
In some instances, this data is shared with local, state and federal agencies, creating a robust and efficient policing infrastructure.
ALPR is also increasingly being utilized in business analytics and counterterrorism sectors.
PlateSmart Win’s Platinum for the Second Consecutive Year in the ‘ASTORS’ Awards
Law enforcement and homeland security personnel, as well as those in the private physical security sector, are tasked with protecting citizens across the United States from criminals and potential terrorist actors which are growing more sophisticated with each passing day.
As a result, mass deployment of advanced automatic license plate recognition surveillance technologies with AI-based video analytic capabilities, are helping them to keep up with ongoing threats.
The ARES Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) from PlateSmart Technologies offers the groundbreaking capabilities of PlateSmart’s software-only automatic license plate recognition solution, as well as real-time data mining and analytic tools at an unmatched price point.
ARES enterprise grade ALPR analytics solution captures vehicle information, such as plate, state, and vehicle make and stores to a database, checks against designated hot-lists for alerts, then provides advanced analytics for vehicle movement tracking, predictive intelligence, and more.
(See ARES ALPR in Action!Courtesy of PlateSmart and YouTube.)
ARES is a singularly efficient, cutting-edge, and intelligent solution in the LPR and access control market.
ARES is a system of tools and solutions that creates a comprehensive security platform.
Important ARES Product Features:
- There is functionally no limit to the number of cameras and/or nodes that an ARES system can handle, as long as the hardware is capable of supporting it.
- Each system can be scaled to the size required for a specific deployment, making ARES more flexible than its competitors.
A Software-Only Solution
- ARES is a software environment that is camera-agnostic, making the product both cost-effective and widely compatible in the LPR industry.
- The ability to function without using proprietary cameras and the ability to integrate with other video management systems (VMS) takes the adaptability of ARES allows the company to serve a variety of industries.
True Object Recognition using AI
- ARES software doesn’t just read letters and numbers; ARES uses AI to recognize vehicles and gather vehicle “DNA” on them.
- ARES doesn’t just read license plates, it gathers data on state registration, and vehicle make, in addition to license plate data, all in real time with full color images.
- This proactive situational awareness can effectively secure educational and corporate campus environment perimeters.
Through ARES Viewer, users can monitor live feed and receive notifications.
Through PlateSmart Network, local police will be instantly dispatched if a license plate associated with a wanted individual, stolen vehicle or other crime is recognized.
And finally, through the company’s ARES Reporting Center, users can easily run reports on traffic, alert stats, crime rates and more.
PlateSmart Technologies Takes Platinum in the 2018 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program
Best License Plate Recognition System
ARES ALPR-based Video Analytics
*PlateSmart is also a 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Award Winner
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards at https://americansecuritytoday.com/ast-awards/.
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The Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program is specifically designed to honor distinguished government and vendor solutions that deliver enhanced value, benefit and intelligence to end users in a variety of government, homeland security and public safety vertical markets.
Over 130 distinguished guests representing National, State and Local Governments, and Industry Leading Corporate Firms, gathered from across North America, Europe and the Middle East to be honored among their peers in their respective fields which included:
- The Department of Homeland Security
- The Federal Protective Service (FPS)
- Argonne National Laboratory
- The Department of Homeland Security
- The Department of Justice
- The Security Exchange Commission Office of Personnel Management
- U.S. Customs and Border Protection
- Viasat, Hanwha Techwin, Lenel, Konica Minolta Business Solutions, Verint, Canon U.S.A., BriefCam, Pivot3, Milestone Systems, Allied Universal, Ameristar Perimeter Security and More!