It is stated that this collaboration is a brand new cutting-edge citywide surveillance network for a city in
Designed around PlateSmart's wholly owned ARES video analytics software and utilizing cameras by Samsung, the city's surveillance system will provide constant, real-time LPR functionality from any camera in the network.
The ARES feature set also includes a web-based reporting center, which will allow city law enforcement personnel to perform comprehensive data mining for pattern recognition and predictive policing efforts. The software-only nature of ARES means that PlateSmart and Rapid Systems can provide such customized LPR-based video surveillance at the most cost-effective price point possible.
Working with Rapid Systems, we're showing the power and possibilities of PlateSmart's video analytics solutions for public and private organizations, said PlateSmart founder and CEO
PlateSmart's solution is an incredibly powerful addition to any law enforcement's network. Their solution adds the flexibility, accuracy and lightning fast integration allowing public safety initiatives to be deployed for a variety of ever changing environments, said
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