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ANPR

abbreviation for
(Communications & Information) Automatic Number Plate Recognition: a surveillance technology which uses optical character recognition on camera images to read a vehicle's numberplate
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For about $20,000, it's hard to argue against the benefits of the ALPR.
Lancaster is among the first cities that contract with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department to use the ALPR services.
With the new PlateScan ALPR functionality, the Toughbook Arbitrator system will be enabled to constantly scan license plates, comparing them automatically against multiple local, regional, state and federal databases of interest to law enforcement.
We too are focused on ensuring the privacy of innocent citizens but believe that offering ALPR data to the masses will achieve the exact opposite of what we are trying to accomplish.
The readers, called ALPRs, can store a lot of information; the Riverside, Calif.
Motorola and PIPS Technology developed a cost-effective and efficient ALPR solution that gives law enforcement an invaluable tool in combating auto theft and other crimes.
Under this contract, INEX/ZAMIR is tasked to deliver all fixed installation equipment and software for ALPR coverage and surveillance at strategic checkpoints and border crossings throughout Israel.
AutoVuTM Free-Flow can also be used in conjunction with mobile ALPR vehicles.
By aligning with Suprema and Entertech Systems, Genetec is able to offer a truly integrated biometric access control system with its video security and ALPR capabilities for the first time," said Rob Douglas, CEO of Entertech Systems.
The ALPR system facilitates the identification, arrest, and conviction of criminals in order to promote safety and well being in the community.
With an ALPR system, the same officer can run 8,000 plates a day.
Exurban, suburban, state, and federal police in the United States are increasingly using what has been called Automatic License Plate Recognition, or ALPR to identify license plates and then compare them with databases.