License plate recognition technology embedded in AXIS camera
VaxALPR On Camera is the result of VaxOCR Engine full porting technology into AXIS camera.
After a complete OCR engine redesign we’ve accomplished the task of embedding the same analytics existent in higher-end processor architectures such as Intel, among others.
Thus, the only existent constraint is defined by the speed of the vehicles, not the scenario complexity. For those scenarios suitable to use VaxALPR On Camera, the accuracy results will be the same.
VaxALPR On Camera is available for all AXIS models housing ARTPEC-4, ARTPEC-5 and ARTPEC-6 chips. The OCR configuration takes place through the standard camera menu accessible from a Web browser.
Brief overview of the product capabilities
Triggered mode: The ANPR attempts to read the plate after receiving a signal or event from the camera input port. This is very useful for parking or scenarios ruled by loops, laser curtains, etc
Free-Flow mode: The ANPR works in continuous mode and does not require any trigger to operate. All plates read are reported in real time
Hot lists: Basic white/black lists embedded inside the camera, web management, csv import and API available to manage from third party software
Instant Speed Plugin: Calculate the vehicles instant velocity in slow and medium speed environments (Artpec-6 only)
ADR Plugin: Read conventional and dangerous good plates simultaneously
Vaxtor open proprietary format through standard TCP/IP sockets. The message format is detailed in the user manual. We have available a class library in .NET to easily parse raw data results and access the information through object class members.
AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller
AXIS Camera Station (ACS)
Vapix / Onvif
XML formatted data through post (http) including Milestone Analytic Events
SD card or Shared Network Unit
Embedded SQL Lite Database
AXIS camera type, scenarios and limitations
Suitable for parking environment with stopped vehicles. Depending on the video resolution and the size of the detection polygon defined by the user, the OCR recognition time may take between 1.0 and 3.0 seconds.
Suitable for any ARTPEC-4 environment plus low speed free-flow scenarios up to 50 Km/h one lane frontal reading. To manage 2 lanes or angled scenarios the vehicles should move at very low speed. Depending on the video resolution the recognition time may vary considerably
Suitable for any ARTPEC-5 environment plus medium or high speed scenarios up to 180 Km/h one lane frontal reading. To manage 2 lanes or angled scenarios the maximum reading speed is around 100 Km/h. Depending on the video resolution the recognition time may vary considerably.
Please download and check the product documentation before using it
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