PIPS Technology released new ANPR camera

At Intertraffic Amsterdam 2018, Neology re-established the PIPS Technology brand and launched an innovative new ANPR camera.

“Intertraffic Amsterdam” is one of the largest and most influential international trade exhibitions for traffic infrastructure, traffic management, road safety and parking. This year, Neology debut at Intertraffic 2018 with a strong presence, a revitalized PIPS brand, and new product launch. Neology’s exhibition attracted numerous visitors and fruitful discussions, including the visit by the UK ambassador Mr. Peter Wilson.

Discussion between the UK ambassador Mr. Peter Wilson, Francisco Martinez de Velasco (CEO) and Paul Davey (GM)

PIPS Technology is a name traditionally synonymous with high-performance ANPR solutions. Realizing such brand equity, Neology re-established the PIPS Technology brand after the acquisition in 2017. PIPS is revitalized not only by a new look and feel, but also by several new development in product offering. At Intertraffic, Neology displayed a full spectrum of PIPS ANPR cameras and software applications, including a new camera platform and a new vehicle identification and classification software.

Neology team at Intertraffic (from left to right) Neill Arnell, Francisco Martinez de Velasco, Joe Mullis, Frank Hettmann, and Qifeng Huang

Neology chose Intertraffic 2018 to showcase the TS-500, its lasts ANPR camera. Due for launch in Q2 2018, the TS-500 is an innovative departure from the fixed site cameras traditionally offered by PIPS Technology. This camera platform provides single, two, and three adjacent lane width coverage options from a single camera platform. It can capture distances from 4-40 meters (13-130 feet) and is available as fixed lens or user adjustable, motorized zoom lensing options.

Kevin Grattan, business development Manager-Western Eurpoe & CEEMEA Neology, smiled for the new TS-500 camera.

Other features of the TS-500 include enhanced ‘on the road’ performance utilizing a quad-core processor; integral GPS; optional Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and internal modem; as well as provision of H.264 streaming video. Importantly, the new TS-500 has full backwards compatibility in terms of the camera firmware options offered on PIPS Technology’s historical fixed site ANPR cameras.

“We believe the TS-500 is a game-changer. It sets a new benchmark that will re-establish the PIPS Technology brand as a major player in the industry,” said Kevin Grattan, business development manager – Western Europe & CEEMEA, Neology.

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