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Month: June 2018

PIPS Technology Sharpens its License Plate Recognition Solutions

During the 2018 National Sherriff Association Conference and Expo, PIPS Technology unveiled the latest additional to its wide range of ALPR solution – the new Multi-Lane ALPR camera TS-500 and an upcoming new Mobile ALPR solution. The visitors to PIPS booth also had the opportunity to preview this new Automatic Vehicle Identification function featured in PIPS back office system. The TS-500 multi-lane camera has PIPS and Neology’s innovation signature inside and out. The camera can cover single, two, and three adjacent lanes from a single camera platform, and offers many new features like video streaming, dual OCR and Deep Learning. It can capture distances from 4-40 meters (13-130 feet) and is available as fixed lens or user adjustable, motorized zoom lensing options. PIPS believes the TS-500 is the superior ALPR device in the market, offering the best in class performance […]

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Success Story-City of Lake Geneva ALPR(s) assist locating missing 3 month old from Mount Pleasant

Lake Geneva Police Chief Michael S. Rasmussen reports:  On Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 at approximately 8:46p.m., Officers received information that a 3 month old girl was missing from Mount Pleasant.  Mount Pleasant P.D. provided information to the City of Lake Geneva P.D. that the suspect, Craig Conway, 49 y/o, Mount Pleasant, may be in the City of Lake Geneva. Mount Pleasant detectives searched a shared database that stores automated license plate recognition system (ALPRS) information and discovered two separate City of Lake Geneva P.D. patrol cars passed the vehicle Conway was driving within the City of Lake Geneva. Officers recognized that the vehicle appeared to be parked by the Lake Geneva Public Library from the ALPR photos.  An officer immediately recognized a photo of Conway and indicated he observed Conway with the child on the Riviera Beach a short time […]

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