Mobile ALPR for Law Enforcement – ‘Electronic Blitz’
Region: Sao Paulo, Brazil
To solve the problem of unregistered vehicles traveling on Brazilian roads, AVT’s
strategic partners ISES Corp and SERTTEL have developed a cost-effective mobile solution that meets the needs of the Sao Paolo Police Traffic Enforcement Authority. The requirements for the project were to be able to set up an ‘Electronic Blitz’ location where vehicle license plate numbers could be checked and compared with the national database of vehicles in real-time and issue an infringement notice on the spot for those vehicles that are found to be breaking the law.
Loop detectors are placed close to the camera in order to trigger license plate captures. These two devices are then connected to the mobile PC located up to 20 meters away.
When a vehicle enters the ‘checking lane’ – the license plate is captured and compared to the national database of vehicles. An infringement notice is immediately issued
if the vehicle is found to be unregistered.
The driver is then issued with the infringement notice.
The ‘Blitz Electronic’ initiative has proven to be a resounding success story, with plans well underway to deploy more mobile systems nationwide to enforce the road laws in this country.
- Cost-effective, utilizing off-the-shelf hardware
- Easy setup and operation
- Highly accurate
- Effective utilization of existing human resources
Application: Mobile ALPR for Law Enforcement
Region: People’s Republic of China
Product: SUPER ROBO-EYE (SRE)
Identifying vehicles that are stolen, unregistered, unpaid, illegally parked and traffic offenders.
Brief Description of Use:
The Provincial Police Bureaus of Nanjing, Dalian, Jilin, Xinjiang and Hebei operate the SRE from inside a moving or stationary police vehicle. A blacklist of stolen, unregistered, unpaid, illegally parked and traffic offenders are loaded before the patrol commences their shift. When the LPN of the car matches with the blacklist in database, there is alarm raised and the vehicle is immediately stopped.
The police apprehend on average 100 cars per day, from a blacklist of 30,000 vehicles loaded into the SRE.