Law Enforcement Agencies have depended on CSI for decades.
Enter License Plate Recognition. CSI has chosen Genetec AutoVu, for a reliable LPR system to detect suspected vehicles and potential threats.
AutoVu, the license plate recognition system of Genetec’s Security Center, the only truly unified security platform, provides officers the most accurate and reliable LPR system in the industry, ensuring that thousands of plates can be read effortlessly during each shift.
Available as both fixed and mobile camera systems, AutoVu has been engineered, tested, and proven to meet the demands of law enforcement applications.
AutoVu is simple to use but also packed with powerful capabilities, capable of reading up to 5000 plates per minute and capturing license plates up to differential speeds of 200 MPH (320 km/h).
By combining state-of-the-art IP-based LPR cameras and advanced software features, AutoVu provides officers with the best possible match of every license plate, maximizing wanted-vehicle identification within databases of vehicles of interest.
See AutoVu demonstration video here.
AutoVu is a comprehensive LPR solution where sophisticated LPR cameras work in tandem with in-vehicle and back-office software so you achieve the best results.
The Sharp and SharpX LPR cameras are designed to provide the most accurate plate reads every shift, more plate reads in bad weather, or at poor angles, and even at high speeds.
AutoVu Patroller is the intuitive in-vehicle control interface that provides easily accessible features to officers onboard, and allows them to monitor incoming reads from LPR cameras.
Security Center is Genetec’s unified security platform that provides real-time monitoring of AutoVu events, alarm management, as well as advanced data-mining and reporting capabilities.
Law authorities have unique assignments and need powerful tools. This is why we have engineered leading-edge features within AutoVu that help you focus on other important crime-fighting tasks.
Fuzzy matching feature enhances verification within AutoVu to ensure that even if a read is imperfect, you are still getting the best possible matches of every license plate to the database of vehicles of interest.
In-vehicle mapping provides you an easier method to not only visualize the location of a read but also generates a specific location such as a street address.
Wildcard hotlist allows you identify a suspect vehicle when only partial license plate numbers are available.
Covert hotlists provide discretion in a special operation, alerting only the authorized officer at the Security Center station of a hit, and not the in-vehicle patroller.
Contact the CSi team for a live demo.