Thursday , 28 May 2020

Tag Archives: Automatic Number Plate Recognition

Vehant Technologies launches Covid Analytics TM – for Face Mask and Social Distancing Detection

Vehant Technologies, a pioneer in Artificial Intelligence /Machine Learning- based Physical Security, Surveillance Solutions has launched  COVID ANALYTICS™-  an AI-based intelligent analytics solution.Covid Analytics is an AI and Computer Vision-driven image analytics solution that caters to the Covid-19 related violations. Its artificial intelligence program detects violations like Face Mask Detection, Social Distance Detection, and Vehicle Movement Detection through Automatic Number Plate ...

How do we tackle congestion?

A case for ITMS platforms presented by Dr Rajesh Krishnan, CEO, ITS Planners and Engineers Pvt Ltd Our Smart Cities programme is now nearly four years old. A number of cities have already implemented ITS systems or are in the process of doing so at the cost of taxpayers’ money. It is in public interest to make sure that these ...

Videonetics forays into Bangladesh market

Videonetics, a leading Visual Computing Platform Development Company, has announced its entry into Bangladesh by deploying its state-ofthe- art solutions comprising Intelligent Video Management Software (IVMS), Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) along with Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system at the one of the largest manufacturing plants, located at Dhaka. Having the production capacity of 2500 MT/day, the factory contains valuable ...

Developments in Parking Technology

Today, the use of automated technology in the parking industry is revolutionising parking operations which can be used as tools to regulate traffic, provide security for vehicles as well as generate revenue for the company / organisation.

Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh use high-tech for enforcement

Following the lead of Karnataka which gave BlackBerries to traffic policemen in Bangalore to record traffic violations nearly four years back, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh are using the latest technology in traffic enforcement and reducing human intervention. In Chennai, traffic policemen have been provided 300 smart multi-task handsets. After the success of the Chennai experiment, the state government has ...

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