- Help officers easily identify location of reads or hits
- Increase efficiency of in-vehicle LPR data searches
- Automate parking ticket data entry and avoid errors with infraction addresses
- Use location data as evidence or to support infraction disputes
Advanced Mapping of License Plate Reads for Greater Usability
When using our AutoVu™ license plate recognition (LPR) solution in mobile applications, each license plate read will be geo-tagged with the GPS coordinates of where the read or hit took place. Each read is then represented on the in-vehicle's interface map, allowing operators to easily identify where reads and hits have occurred. Selecting a read on the map provides, in addition to GPS coordinates, the associated street address. In-Vehicle Mapping simplifies the search for reads or hits, saving operators time in identifying key LPR information and boosting overall productivity.
Experience the Effectiveness of In-Vehicle Mapping in Law Enforcement Applications
Even with GPS coordinates, law enforcement officers receiving a radio notification of a new wanted vehicle will likely experience difficulty trying to translate this data into a specific location. With in-vehicle mapping, not only can the location of prior reads or hits be quickly viewed on a map, but officers can also request a street address from the system. Officers can then pan and zoom into the read of hit to identify its exact location or last known whereabouts.
Ensure Convenience with In-Vehicle Mapping in Parking Enforcement Applications
In parking applications, AutoVu provides reads on the map along with other pivotal information including plate number, image of plate, date, time and physical address of read. In time-limited parking, simply using GPS coordinates to validate that a vehicle has not moved between sightings is sufficient to determine if an infraction has occurred.
In zones where time limits are set by district, and not by parking space, , the system can also use the initial and final GPS positions as well as the district's bounding GPS coordinates to identify an infraction. Because GPS coordinates are saved as part of the infraction data, street addresses are also available. This also applies to time-limit parking enforcement by block face, as AutoVu would require a map to understand the extremities of the city blocks to identify if a possible infraction has occurred and alert operators.