Automated Number Plate Recognition, abbreviated as ANPR, is one of LILIN’s foremost software products. ANPR is a type of OCR (optical character recognition) technology, to read automatically the registration number and characters of vehicles from digital pictures. Reading the registration number means transforming the pixels of the digital image into the text of the number plate. LILIN ANPR system allows versatile & client-specific applications such as comparison of number plates with a Blacklist, Whitelist, and Exclusion List. The setup of Blacklist is to avoid unauthorized vehicles attempt accessing the premises by sending a pop-up warning window to users through LILIN ANPR solutions. Whitelist is mainly for access control. In addition to Blacklist and Whitelist, users can also set up an Exclusion List, is featuring to avoid misreading frontal vehicle brand logo as registration plates.Watch the video.
Not only users can setup various lists for all kinds of license plate reading applications, but also LILIN offers “Recognition Rate Filtering” function to minimize the chances that unclear images / motion blur due to vehicle moving. With LILIN ANPR solutions, users can set up their default total length and font size of plate numbers and letters in order for receiving high recognition rate.
LILIN ANPR Availabilities
LILIN’s intuitive ANPR system is available in all Eurozone nations, US, UK, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Russia, Japan, Turkey, Mongolia, and Tajikistan. LILIN provides pre-sale “registration plate number verification” consultation services with free of charge to ensure that LILIN CMX ANPR system solutions are able to support and recognize your local area plate numbers. Please firstname.lastname@example.org further information.
Types of License Plates
In general, registration license plate numbers have Reflective and Retro-reflective two types of plate presentations. Reflective form of registration plates are mostly being adopted in majority of European countries, and the visibility & recognition rate are higher than the retro-reflective plates. For retro-reflective plates, it is highly recommended to either install an additional infrared IP camera or exterior light sensor to complement the insufficient lighting circumstance, and further increasing its recognition rate.
ANPR in Poor Lighting Environments
LILIN CMX Recorder equipped with LILIN Automatic Number Recognition Software engine as well as 2-megapixel IPR7428ESX2.4 (9-22mm) and 3-megapixel IPR7338ESX (10-50mm) IP cameras become capable of catch the vehicles up to 10km per hour reading the registration number of any vehicle from poor or even no lighting environments with the highest accuracy under a fraction of a second.
ANPR in Parking Lot with Sufficient Lighting
In sufficient lighting support parking lot facility areas, LILIN IPG1022ESX IP cameras with ADL 10-50mm lens are able to accurately capture registration plate numbers of vehicles up to 50km/hr. Countries where adopt “red lettering plates,” rather than commonly seen “black lettering plates”— cameras with infrared technology in capturing only black and white video is not capable of capturing colored plate numbers. However, LILIN IPG1022ESX has built-in Sense Up+, it is able to recognize the colors of license plates even in extremely poor light conditions.
CMX ANPR Product Line
LILIN ANPR series has ANPR-PK parking lot solution, and ANPR-FL free flow solution suitable for all kind of license plate reading applications. Product specifications described as below:
LILIN ANPR system solutions are required PC to running on 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 7. Support up to 8 channels 1080P full HD resolution or H.264 compression rate for license plate recognition at 15FPS. CPU: i7, 2.40GHz, and 4.0GB memory are included in LILIN ANPR solutions.
LILIN designs, manufactures and markets supplemental hardware devices specially engineered for the image capturing task of number plate recognition. In conjunction with high resolution IP cameras, access control system, LILIN provides the best-of-breed total ANPR solutions to read vehicle registration plates.
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Taipei, Taiwan – LILIN, one of world’s biggest security surveillance companies, today announced the launch of Push Video app for iOS and Android platforms, called LILINViewer. LILINViewer takes a step beyond conventional CCTV systems as it provides a real-time alarm system which pushes the actual video feed of any disturbance into iPhone / Android smartphone device or iPad tablet whenever there is a suspicious motion movement.
A break-through innovation in video and intrusion alarm systems, LILIN Push Video app, LILINViewer, was designed keeping in mind the safety of children as well as senior citizens. It can connect to up to 120 cameras maximum, and live viewing from 1, 4, 6, or 12 videos in real time. Capture screenshots of videos from iPhone/iPad, and digital pan-tilt-zoom is supported. LILIN speed dome can be controlled its PTZ and preset 1-4 function from LILINViewer. LILINViewer application is a powerful business intelligence tool for retail stores. A user would get an accurate and instant notification with an option to view the real-time video playback to assess the situation.
With LILINViewer, users can move freely and still do their daily activities without constantly worrying about security of their valuables. Aside from securing residential houses, LILINViewer is an ideal system for retail stores stocking products and those situated in crime-sensitive areas, can also secure their premises through LILINViewer app. The product is tailor-made for those who require remote managed services with video alarm system, rather than just a surveillance tool. In case of an undesirable event such as burglary, an emergency response is automatically triggered by LILINViewer and a copy of the video is served on the LILIN server as well.
Portable mobile devices are becoming an intrinsic element of today’s life; applications on the move are the most efficient way to provide users the peace-of-mind and convenience they need. LILINViewer app is now available for download on theApp StoreorGoogle Play Store.
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Maxport J.S.C., a rapidly growing manufacturer of products for major American brands such as NIKE, Patagonia, and Reebok, recently deployed LILIN network camera and video surveillance CMX software to create an interactive system to combine several sites based in different locations, and offer live streaming of performances to viewers. The system was implemented by system integrator, Silver Sea, one of the leading security equipment companies in Vietnam.
Maxport J.S.C. was looking for CCTV video management system specifications included absolute IP-based, user friendly interface makes it easy for the administrator to master system management, and expandable to meet future needs. In the 18 years since its founding in 1995, Maxport J.S.C. Company, located in Vietnam, has grown into a major manufacturer with a workforce of just under 8,000, and is trying its best in providing ideal working conditions with an emphasis on compliance. Its commitment to providing a safe environment for the workers, with the support of LILIN security solutions.
The market in wireless technology for security is growing at a double digit rate, and LILIN is striving to create wireless technology for security system to become more cost effective and easier to users. Total of 181 pieces of LILIN LR7228EX3.6, LR6022EX3.6, and IPR320ESX3.6 IP-based cameras were installed indoors and outdoors at 5 different factories in Thai Binh Province, Hanoi, and Nam Dinh Province.
LILIN network surveillance solutions provide wireless technology to connect all installed cameras altogether for clear monitoring of factory workers’ movements, event of interest, and product line activities. LILIN solutions provide complete video security of each factory site with one integrated single view for managers/security administrators to manage by the use of LILIN CMX central management system as well as NVR404C.
Maxport J.S.C. is benefited financially and technically, and the overall safety of the factory workers has been enhanced as well. The security system powered by LILIN is highly scalable and will serve Maxport J.S.C. for many years.
☑ x120 LR7228EX3.6 x LR6022EX3.6 x IPR320ESX3.6 IP cameras @ Thai Binh factories
☑ x 36 IPR320ESX3.6 x LR7228EX3.6 cameras @ Hanoi factory
☑ x 25 LR7228EX3.6 x LR6022EX3.6 cameras @ Nam Dinh factory
☑ CMX software @ local and remote PC
☑ Monitor multiple factories on one central system
☑ Provide the necessary and impeccable image detail to capture production line activities
☑ Easily share incidents captured on video
☑ Ease the work loading on line managers
☑ Secure entire access points
Surabaya Mayor Tri Rismaharini said that she would continue to monitor the Dolly red-light district -- which has been closed since June -- from her office via several closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras.
She said that she had a television connected to 16 CCTV cameras installed throughout Dolly, allowing her to keep a close eye on the situation there.
“In spite of having been closed, we still monitor Dolly [through CCTV cameras],” she said on Friday as quoted by kompas.com.
She added that she never stopped monitoring Dolly for lingering sex work activity, adding that the CCTV had aided her efforts.
The Surabaya administration, witnessed by Rismaharini, East Java Governor Soekarwo and Social Affairs Minister Salim Segaf Al Jufri, closed Dolly, previously Southeast Asia’s largest red-light district, on June 18.
According to the data from the city’s social agency, at the time of closure, 1,020 sex workers and 311 pimps depended on Dolly for their livelihoods. Sex worker Dolly Khavit was the first to establish the area as a red-light district in 1967, when it consisted of 52 brothels.
To overcome the impact of the closure, Salim said that his ministry had allocated Rp 8 billion (US$676,859) to be disbursed to sex workers and pimps, with each individual receiving Rp 5 million.(alz)