In addition to supporting the enforcement of multiple moving traffic contraventions simultaneously, Videalert’s multi-tasking Digital Video Platform can also be used for a wide range of other traffic and parking management applications. These include automating the control of rising bollards, integration with Urban Traffic Control (UTMC) databases and parking management systems.
By combining ANPR with video analytics, Videalert tracks moving objects and accurately captures only the vehicle registration marks (VRMs) of vehicles to ensure the accuracy of all data pased to these external systems.
This added intelligence also allows Videalert systems to capture VRMs of vehicles which have number plates modified to be non-retro reflective.
Videalert delivers a fully automated solution for the accurate and reliable control of rising bollards to protect locations against the entry of unauthorised vehicles.
We deliver the highest vehicle registration mark (VRM) capture rates and provide real-time feeds for Urban Traffic Management Control (UTMC) databases
Videalert provides real-time and batch data feeds for integrating with third party car park management systems.
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In order to make roads safer, improve traffic flows and reduce air pollution, the London Borough of Barnet wanted to enforce a range of moving traffic contraventions at more than 20 locations.
The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham has replaced its legacy CCTV cameras with Videalert’s digital video enforcement platform.
Redbridge wanted to install CCTV enforcement cameras as part of the ‘Redbridge School Streets’ pilot programme.
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